Jurgen Klopp will look to reintegrate Philippe Coutinho into his Liverpool starting line-up after the transfer window closes.
Coutinho is wanted by Barcelona, who have already made three bids for the Brazilian.
Reports on Sunday claim that a fourth offer is in the offing, but the Reds remain intent on keeping the 25-year-old.
Klopp admitted that situation is “not too easy” for any of the parties involved after they beat Crystal Palace 1-0.
“At the moment, as you can imagine, it’s not too easy for anybody, but we have to be concentrated on the job on the pitch, and I really think the boys did brilliant.”
Asked when he could look to reintegrate Coutinho into the starting line-up, he added: “I don’t think that it makes sense to think too much ahead, what can happen and when.
“The situation is like it is, and it has not changed, that’s all I know.
When there is no other decision possible – on the 31st of August – then we have to think about everything new.”