Brazilian and Barcelona Star Midfielder, Philippe Coutinho has been linked with a return to Merseyside in England, this time it is not Liverpool Football Club but its arch rival and neighbor, Everton.
According to reports from Mirror Sports, the former Liverpool Star is reportedly wanted by Carlos Ancelloti at Everton this summer, as Barcelona are planning to revamp their squad, and he has been termed surplus to requirements at Camp Nou Stadium.
Barcelona signed Coutinho for huge amount during the 2018 transfer windows, but he has unable to produce the terrifying form he had at England, he was sent out on loan to Bayern Munich last season, he was part of the team that defeated his own club 8-2 by scoring a brace. He did win the treble with Bayern Munich last season but he also fail to make a impact in Germany.
According to TZ claim as quoted by the mirror, he could be available for as low a £35 million and Everton are now ready to make a bold move for the player.
The two clubs have transact over times with Andre Gomez, Lucas Digne and Yerry Mina all departing Barcelona for Everton. The toffees are set to believe in their manager, Carlos Ancelloti by spending big this summer transfer window.
What do you think about Coutinho situation? From Liverpool to Barcelona and now to Everton.
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