Liverpool have reportedly rejected the second Barcelona bid worth £90.4m for Brazilian midfielder, Philippe Coutinho.
According to Sky Sports, Barcelona has offered Liverpool another deal of £76.8m initial fee, with £13.6m add-ons, following Liverpool’s rejection of the first bid in July, believed to be around £72m.
15 – Philippe Coutinho has scored 15 goals from outside the area since his Premier League debut; more than any other player. Ambitious. pic.twitter.com/0vmxvoyE4b
— OptaJoe (@OptaJoe) July 21, 2017
25-year-old Coutinho, who signed a five-year contract with the Anfield side in January this year, is reportedly keen to join Barcelona if a deal can be struck by the two clubs.
The Brazilian joined Liverpool from Inter Milan in January 2013, becoming an integral part in Liverpool’s charge for success, scoring 13 goals and providing seven assists for Klopp’s men last season.
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