Liverpool to agree £130million deal for Philippe Coutinho’s transfer


The transfer window is just 10 days away from being closed, you’d expect desperate moves by clubs to bolster their squad.

The transfer saga between Liverpool and Barcelona has taken a new twist, with latest reports indicating that the Blaugrana side are preparing a whopping £130million bid to land Philippe Coutinho.

Liverpool have left Barcelona frustrated in their quest to sign Coutinho. The Camp Nou outfits have made several offers to prise the midfield schemer away from Anfield, with the latest being a £119m bid last week Friday but the Reds have stood firm on their grounds.

Coutinho had even tendered a transfer request to the brass of Liverpool but it is claimed that if his £140m valuation is not met, he’ll not be allowed to leave. He had signed a contract extension with the Reds this year and Klopp has built the team around him, hence he desire to him keep this season.

Barcelona have endured a torrid start to the season since the departure of Neymar to Paris Saint Germain and they are poised to replace him with his compatriot.

However, they believe that Liverpool will accept  £130m to sell the star who has been out of action since the start of the season, according to the Express.

If Liverpool accept the offers, they would have recouped a large sum of money to bolster their squad.

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2 Comments

  1. Ayuba
    August 21, 2017

    LFC should allow coutinho out of anfield because it seems they are not willing to win a silver ware any time soon. without a proven central defender and lack of reliable defensive midfielder for it.

  2. F Yoogiants
    August 22, 2017

    Little Micro Penis men, spreading big lies. You guys are such pussies