Reds reject Barça Coutinho bid

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Klopp does not want to lose Coutinho

Liverpool have turned down a second offer from Barcelona for Philippe Coutinho.


The Spanish giants have improved their original offer to just over £90m – but have been told the Brazil international is not for sale.

Barça’s new bid is worth an initial £76.8m with potential extras worth an additional £13.5m.

But the Reds have rejected it immediately as the club seeks to keep hold of the twenty-five year old playmaker.

Coutinho has informed manager Jurgen Klopp that he would like the opportunity to join the Catalans – but only if it is agreeable to all parties.

The former Inter Milan midfielder will not cause a stir to get the move, but he and his family are keen for him to move to the Spanish side.

Coutinho arrived at Anfield in January 2013 in a deal worth £8.5m to the Italian club.


Liverpool would only consider doing business if Barcelona offer £120m for Coutinho with the fee being paid in full upfront.

The Camp Nou club have got £200m to spend from the sale of Neymar to Paris Saint Germain.

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  1. RegPellow August 10, 2017 at 6:36 pm

    “if Barcelona offer £120m for Coutinho with the fee being paid in full upfront” – this for Klopp of FSG’s benefit?? Let’s have some truths from LFC!

  2. RegPellow August 10, 2017 at 6:38 pm

    ” if Barcelona offer £120m for Coutinho with the fee being paid in full upfront.” – some home truths. Whose benefit, Klopp or the money grabbing FSG?

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