Liverpool midfielder, Adam Lallana is reportedly preparing to leave Liverpool during the summer transfer window.
The midfielder is in the final year of his contract and there are reports that the Reds are not interested in renewing his contract.
The reason is that Lallana wanted guaranteed playing time and Klopp could not make that promise.
The England international, who arrived at Anfield in the summer of 2014, is understood to be attracting interest from the likes of Arsenal, Leicester City and Tottenham Hotspur.
Lallana has featured in 18 games for Liverpool this term while playing in just 16 different matches across all competitions last season.
The midfielder prefers to take his time to make his decisions despite offers coming from other clubs, until the end of the incredible campaign the Reds are currently in the midst of.
Klopp had made it clear he would not allow Lallana to leave during the January transfer window.
Speaking at the opening of the transfer window last month, the boss said: “Everything about Adam Lallana, Adam Lallana knows and I know.
“I’m really happy for him that he’s in sensational shape at the moment. That’s what we try to show constantly, as often as we bring him in.
“He is a very important player in this moment. What will happen in the future, we will see. But for him, wherever it is – here or somewhere else – the only important thing is that he can show he is 100 per cent fit.
“He had some injury problems [that are] completely done; trained, body is super fit, mind in a perfect place, enjoys the time here in the moment. You can see that in each second of training and [when] he plays, very influential.
“But these kind of things we don’t discuss in public, so you have to speculate further.”
Both Daniel Sturridge and Alberto Moreno were allowed to leave Anfield at the expiration of their respective contracts last summer.
The same situation could be for Lallana who returned to the Reds squad in last weekend’s victory over former club Southampton after he was absent for three matches due to illness.