Liverpool have made no approach for Roma goalkeeper Alisson, according to the club's Sporting Director Monchi.
The Reds have heavily scouted the Brazilian international in recent months but had initially backed away from a deal after being put off by Roma's price tag.
Reports have indicated that Liverpool could come back to the table for Alisson after Loris Karius' horror display in the Champions League final defeat to Real Madrid, but Monchi says that the Serie A club have received no bids yet.
He said: "In order for a player to leave, there have to be three elements in place - an offer, a yes from the club and from the player. As of today, we have nothing of the sort.
"We are happy to keep him, transfer rumors are normal at this stage."
Liverpool are pressing ahead with their summer transfer plans, having signed Fabinho in a deal worth around £40m from Monaco and opened talks with Lyon over a deal for Nabil Fekir.
Klopp is also expected to be in the market for another forward to provide competition and back-up to Roberto Firmino, Sadio Mane, and Mohamed Salah.