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Liverpool remain open to signing former star who wants to leave European giants



Liverpool FC transfer news: Liverpool open to signing Coutinho if the opportunity arises

Mundo Deportivo (h/t Daily Star) claims that Liverpool is a viable option for Philippe Coutinho after his poor time at Barcelona.

The Brazilian midfielder joined the Catalans in a £142m (h/t Daily Star) deal 18 months ago but has struggled for form.

Philippe Coutinho at Barcelona
Philippe Coutinho at Barcelona

The report claims that the former Inter Milan midfielder believes a move back to the Premier League would be perfect.

Manchester United have been ruled out due to the absence of Champions League football, and the report claims that Chelsea are also not in the running due to their transfer ban.

That only leaves Liverpool, and the report claims that the Reds are on alert should a chance to sign the Brazilian open up.

Do Liverpool need Coutinho?

he Brazilian was great during his time at Liverpool with goals and assists coming in from all directions.

Liverpool sold him for a huge amount and we have been great even without Coutinho. We recorded 97 points in the Premier League last season and defeated Barcelona in the Champions League semi-finals.

Liverpool lift Champions League trophy
Jordan Henderson lifts the Champions League trophy

The Reds also lifted the Champions League trophy, and the team seems to be almost perfect.

We could use an attacking midfielder to take some pressure off the front three in the goal scoring department, and Coutinho knows the players and team inside out.

Signing Coutinho on the cheap would not be a bad deal and it could reignite his career.

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However, the Brazilian’s agent, Kia Joorabchian, has claimed that Barcelona don’t want to sell the star (h/t Daily Star).


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