Barca President: Neymar Can Go For €220m, Coutinho A Great Player

Rachel Hardy
July 31, 2017

Ex-Liverpool striker Dean Saunders insists Philippe Coutinho is "replaceable" and has suggested three players who could take the playmaker's place. That honor belongs exclusively to Juventus forward Paulo Dybala.

Jurgen Klopp was quoted last week as saying that his star player is not for sale, however this has not deterred the La Liga side. They've made several serious attempts to sign him this summer.

In positive news for supporters, two reliable Liverpool journalists report this evening that the Brazilian maestro is going nowhere despite interest from Barcelona.

That news should be widely celebrated by fans at Anfield.

In that event, they may be able to make a hugely persuasive offer, but Liverpool's stance is now that the player is not for sale.

Barcelona are already planning for life without Neymar, having identified three players from the Premier League as his possible replacement.

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However, Coutinho only recently signed a new contract and is now one of the highest earners at Liverpool which definitely means he would not be sold for cheap. They can not wait till the end of the transfer window, as they will also need time to sign Neymar's replacement.

But, if Neymar does leave for France, Coutinho will be used on the left-wing while the club looks for a suitable central midfielder to join their ranks.

The report claims Liverpool want a massive £133 million which would easily beat the £89 million Manchester United shelled out to bring Paul Pogba back to Old Trafford last summer.

"A few people obviously see that a Liverpool has a few good players". Even though Coutinho does play on the wing for Liverpool occasionally, it's not where he truly thrives.

"If Neymar wants to go, he can".

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