Klopp hailed Coutinho's "professionalism" as the Brazilian secured his dream move.
He hasn't played more than 30 Premier League games in any one season; in 5½ years on Merseyside, he has made 98 league appearances in that time.
On what might happen in the transfer window circulating in the papers, Klopp said: "That's part of the transfer window and I have nothing to say about that".
"We had flashes of that in the game at the Etihad".
"The boys really do a lot in their rehab situation and, if we have time, we bring them a little bit later into team training so that they can do a little bit more specific physical work. I am sure he will miss us - maybe he doesn't realise in the moment when everything is new there - but it's 100 per cent clear". Check the tweets below to see what they think! The Reds are completely dominant at home against the Citizens, with 14 wins compared with just one victory for City at Anfield. "But Liverpool was the team that up until the sending-off you were like, 'there is something here'". I hope to convince them to follow what I am talking about.
City, still in the hunt for four trophies this term, could also become the first team to win a top-flight match at Chelsea, Liverpool and Manchester United in the same season since Wimbledon in 1986-87.
Klopp will still employ a forward line of Mane and Mo Salah, either side of Roberto Firmino, a potent-looking front three with impressive support in midfield the envy of most clubs in the Premier League in Henry's view. He always liked me as a player and I would be a liar if I said he didn't try. "You would obviously prefer to have that front with Coutinho as a No 10".
Salah's comeback will be a major boost for Liverpool with the former Chelsea star having scored 23 goals in 29 appearances since swapping AS Roma for Anfield in the summer.