Liverpool have no plans of selling Mohamed Salah this summer amid the transfer interest from Bayern Munich.
Bayern chief Karl-Heinz Rummenigge recently said that it would be an honour to sign the 28-year-old and described him as the Lionel Messi of Africa.
Salah will enter the final two years of his contract in the summer, but The Sun reports that the Reds have issued a hands-off warning to the European champions.
The Merseyside giants have no desire to sell the former Roma man and are looking at the prospect of rewarding him with a new long-term contract with a pay rise.
Salah has been the Premier League's top scorer this term with 16 goals from 22 appearances. However, the Reds have still struggled in their title defence and are lying fourth on the table.
They are currently 10 points behind league leaders Manchester City, who have a game in hand. The Cityzens are regarded as genuine favourites to win the Premier League for the third time in four seasons.