Striker Coutinho Offered to Liverpool fc by Barcelona in Exchange for Forgiveness of Remaining Debt
Spanish club Barcelona have offered Philippe Coutinho back to Premier League club Liverpool in their bid to write off the £40 million they owe for the Brazilian international.
AS are reporting via SPORTbible that there is a transfer twist in the situation of the forward who arrived from Liverpool in 2018 for about £142 million if conditions were met.
He featured in 90 games for the Camp Nou outfit scoring 24 goals, but Coutinho has struggled to find his form and was shipped out on loan to Bayern Munich during the 2019/20 season.
He grabbed a brace against his parent club Barcelona after Bayern humiliated the Spanish club 8-2 in the latter stages of the Champions League last season.
Further reports gathered that the Catalan club are indebted to the tune of over £1 billion as they still owe other clubs on several signings as well as transfer deals.
However, Liverpool are yet to officially respond to the offer if they have interest in bringing back the player who had recurring knee problems last season to Anfield.
Jurgen Klopp certainly wanted to keep Coutinho at the start of the 2017/18 that he was sold, reportedly telling the attacking midfielder: