Liverpool have agreed to allow Philippe Coutinho to finally secure his dream transfer to Barcelona next year, if you choose to believe today’s reports.
Reports originating from Spain claim that the Reds have struck a deal with the Brazilian that would enable them to retain him for a little longer but then allow him to leave from January 1st.
However, further claims state that his Nou Camp exit would only be approved if Barcelona offered a transfer fee that is deemed acceptable by Liverpool officials.
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Barcelona had a number of bids rejected in the summer for the 25-year-old with Liverpool owners Fenway Sports Group (FSG) insisting that no offers would be considered no matter how high.
Meanwhile, Coutinho played 86 minutes for Brazil in their 3-0 over Chile in the early hours of this morning. Liverpool team-mate Roberto Firmino replaced him for the last few minutes of the game. The duo are now heading home to prepare for the visit of the enemy at the weekend.