Liverpool legend Jamie Carragher still isn't over ​Philippe Coutinho's midseason move to Barcelona. He thought even though Liverpool lost their best player, Barcelona paid more than they should have for the Brazilian. 

"I don't agree with losing him in the middle of the season," Carragher said on Sky Sports, quoted ​Marca.

He continued, "At that time, Liverpool were alive in the FA Cup and are still in the Champions League. Liverpool fans, including myself, felt good when Coutinho stayed in the summer, although we knew he was going to go to the end of the season.''

Carragher realised both Coutinho and the club couldn't turn down a transfer amount so big and ended up finalising the deal. However, he insisted the player most certainly isn't 140 million euros. 

The Liverpool great stated, ''Coutinho isn't so good. And he's not worth 140 million euros. I would've preferred him to earn a little less money, make sure the club had him in this part of the season, and then let him go in the summer."

Liverpool signed long-term target Virgil Van Dijk two weeks earlier, but despite signing the famed defender, Carragher thought Coutinho's departure was a bigger dent in Liverpool's squad. 

''This period can't be classified as a success because we've lost our best player," he continued.

Carragher then went on to say, "If you lose your best player, there is no way you can disguise it as a positive window."

Liverpool, currently third in the table, will face Mauricio Pochettino's Tottenham Hotspur tomorrow. Only two points separate them at this point, and anything but a win could prove to be costly at the end of the season.