The Reds manager reveals what would happen if one of the club's key stars asked him for a transfer.
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has revealed that nobody at the club, not even prize stars such as Philippe Coutinho, are "unsellable" and admits he would have to find a plan B if they asked him for a transfer, as quoted by the Daily Express.
With only around two months of the season remaining, the German boss is facing his first summer transfer window and pre-season as Reds boss after taking over from predecessor Brendan Rodgers in early October.
Although Klopp managed to hold on to all of his key stars during the January transfer window, the summer is likely to be a different story as players reassess their future and with other clubs having several months to come calling.
The list of Liverpool stars likely to be in high demand this summer is surely headed by Coutinho, who is the club's joint-top goalscorer and has been in sparkling form throughout much of the season.
Klopp admits that nobody in world football, except maybe Barcelona's Ballon d'Or winner Lionel Messi, is "unsellable" and says that he would have to reassess his options if a key player asked to leave this summer.
The former Borussia Dortmunnd boss said, as quoted by the Express: "Everything is okay at the moment but nobody in the world - maybe only Lionel Messi - is unsellable. There is always a situation.
"I come from a club where the best players are always picked by other teams and in the end you have to accept a few things. You always need to have a Plan B or a Plan C.
"If a player comes to me and says he doesn't feel comfortable and wants to leave because of our style of play or because he can make more money elsewhere, then you always have to start thinking.
"Coutinho, [Roberto] Firmino, so many players are very special. You could go through the whole squad. But if a player wants to go to another club then I'd always be open to it because I don't want to have a player in my squad who doesn't want to be in the squad."
There have been reports in recent weeks that Klopp will undergo something of a squad overhaul at Anfield this summer as he looks to take his first chance to mould the club himself.
Players such as Christian Benteke, who has failed to set the world alight on Merseyside since his £32.5 million move from Aston Villa last summer, could be amongst the first out the door under the German.
However, Klopp would surely be desperate to keep hold of stars such as Coutinho for as long as he can, and will be hoping that the Brazilian's head is not turned by any interest during the summer.