Publicado: Mier, Setiembre 20, 2017
Deporte | By Armando Espinosa

Barcelona Repeat Claim That Liverpool Were Willing To Sell Philippe Coutinho

Barcelona Repeat Claim That Liverpool Were Willing To Sell Philippe Coutinho

But the saga proved a major distraction to Klopp and his side with Coutinho declaring himself unfit to play while his future was resolved. And the duo are joined by Barcelona, who after their failure in the pursuit of Philippe Coutinho, have joined the race for the attacker. Mane's vacancy will leave a gap in the Liverpool production share that Coutinho should be able to capitalize on.

For now, Barca are focusing their efforts on getting new deals for Lionel Messi and Andres Iniesta over the line, with Bartomeu confirming once again that two club icons are close to putting pen to paper.

Bartomeu has reiterated that they walked away from Coutinho as they could not justify the price tag put to them, with the club eager to try and find greater value in-house once more as they seek to reap the rewards of their famed La Masia academy system.

The Spanish heavyweights pursued the playmaker throughout the summer following Neymar's world-record £200m switch to Paris Saint-Germain. But it is also a great honour being here.

Barcelona have started the season well, with maximum points to boast of, from four La Liga games.

When asked if he expected to follow Suárez to Camp Nou next year, Coutinho replied: "Not that I know of".

"Not that I know of".

The statistics show just how reliant Liverpool have become on Mane, with the club failing to get wins in the absence of the Senegalese international.

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The little man had this to say:"I received a job offer, like in life whatever work you do". He obviously hates YOUR football team and has no interest in synchronised swimming.

"It is a great honour to receive an offer from such a great club like that". Burnley have been impressive this season, but have given up most of their goals on the road, and will be without Tom Heaton in net.

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