According to French publication L'Equipe, Lyon are still open to the idea of selling Nabil Fekir to Liverpool, but on the one condition that they receive a bid of at least £60 million for his services.
Liverpool have made significant strides in the market this summer as Klopp has moved to not only address their lack of strength in depth, but to also help beef things up at the back.
It is early days yet but Jurgen Klopp may have generated the formula to end Liverpool's 29-year wait for a league title.
The France worldwide was close to joining Liverpool last month, before his move to Anfield eventually collapsed.
Fekir, meanwhile, is back in training with Lyon following his appearances for France at the World Cup this summer and the midfielder has indicated that he would still be prepared to leave the club before the transfer window closes.
A flag supporting Cox was made in the immediate aftermath, with the prominent words "Sean Cox - You'll Never Walk Alone" etched for all to see.
"I thought he looked very comfortable and I think we adapted to him quite easily".
"But the transfer window is still long and everything goes very quickly in football".
Speaking to the club's official website, the Liverpool manager said: "I knew that he would get stitches because we saw it on the pitch". We have very good players, a great atmosphere. I am very good here.
"Very cool with the ball as we saw in the pre-season games when he played in front of 100,000 and 60,000 he wasn't bothered about that, and that's a very important skill".
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