Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp: All good with Philippe Coutinho

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Klopp gave an interview to Liverpool's official website in which he claims that the Brazilian's mind and body are both right since he returned from global duty. Now, whether or not he'll get the opportunity to jump right back in to the Liverpool squad against the Citizens remains to be seen, but there's no question that Coutinho has some explaining to do.

Ronaldinho admits the former Inter man wanted to join Barca and believes his old club will come back in with a new offer in the future.

Liverpool fans were also reassured by Pele, who won three World Cups with Brazil and is the national team's all-time top scorer, who told Marca: "Coutinho is a player I think we should all look at too because he is excellent for his team".

Meanwhile, PHILIPPE COUTINHO will be considered for Liverpool's trip to Manchester City on Saturday, reports the Daily Mail.

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Liverpool have now confirmed that the midfielder will rejoin training with the rest of the first-team squad following his return from worldwide duty.

"It's a little bit different", Klopp said as Coutinho and Roberto Firmino both returned to LFC from Brazil camp.

The midfielder submitted a transfer request in August that was immediately rejected, but he has not played in any of Liverpool's games so far this season, with boss Jurgen Klopp citing an injured back and illness as the cause. 'Nothing else to say, actually, so he's back and we had a really good conversation, so good, ' he stated.

'We always have the same decision to make, 'does he need training or can he play?' and all that stuff. We don't know what will happen when Liverpool head to Spain to take on Sevilla in the Champions League next week.

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