Sporting director Michael Zorc insisted that the club had resolved any issues with the 19-year-old, who was happy to stay in Germany.
Sancho is a Dortmund star but has had a hard lesson this month as he removed himself in the first half of a 4-0 Klassiker out of Bayern Munich and then started on the bench against Barcelona in the middle of the week.
The England global has fallen out with coach Lucien Favre and has been feeling under attack at Dortmund this season.
The former Brazil worldwide said that the Red Devils need new players who will up the club's team spirit in the second part of the season as they seem to be lacking an inspirational striker at the moment.
Sancho was suspended in October for returning late from worldwide duty with England, while the Dortmund hierarchy were enraged by his representatives' efforts to find him a new club early despite agreeing to let him leave during a summer window for the right price.
"He is finished, we are looking forward".
However, the uncertain future of under-pressure manager Lucien Favre could play a part too.
"I think when he came up against Barcelona, we saw a good response and he did a great job".
'I do not have the impression that he wants to prepare for a January move.
Remember, back in 2016, Sakho arrived late for training once and Klopp punished him by sending him back from the club's pre-season United States tour. "We hope he shows his best possible performance tomorrow".
He told Viasport: 'I think Liverpool still lack one player which is an attacking player to really support the front three and nearly make it like a front four.
"We believe he can do it in this situation, we stay in the reality and do not go into speculation".