Coutinho is Klopp’s ‘plan B’

first_imgThe only impediment they see in a possible return from Coutinho is the price. After two bad seasons, its value has been devalued more than 50% (from 150 to 10/31/18 until the current 70 according to Transfermarkt) but Barcelona will seek a good transfer leave the red numbers of this operation at the minimum possible. Bayern had a 120 million purchase option that it would not execute. The starting price for the Brazilian is still unknown but Barcelona has no intention of returning and will put you on the list of transferable, which could lower this figure compared to the one signed with the muniqueses last summer. Andrew Powell & nbsp; (Liverpool FC via Getty Images) ‘); return false; “class =” item-multimedia “>Andrew Powell (Liverpool FC via Getty Images) Jurgen Klopp is already evaluating new additions for the next transfer market. The German is aware that there are players with good sign that could look for more minutes outside of Anfield (Lallana, Shaqiri …) and also intends to continue propping up the squad to stay in the fight for the big titles.The Premier League leader has Kai Havertz, Bayer Leverkusen midfielder, as a major target for the next summer market but, if the Germans raise the price more than Liverpool wants, Philippe Coutinho appears as option B. Daily Express says that a possible return of the Brazilian to Anfield is feasible as an alternative to Havertz after he has not fit in either Barcelona or Munich. Despite the good personal relationship that Klopp and Coutinho continue to maintain and which they both speak publicly, If Liverpool does not add up, the Brazilian will not return to Anfield. An approach in summerLiverpool already valued the return of Coutinho last summer. The club was looking for a way out and the player was offered to several greats of the Premier who, finally, did not end up taking over the services of the Brazilian. In August, one day after the premiere, Jurgen Klopp did not want to get wet on this option that now reappears on the table. “Our transfer period consisted of looking at options, valuing them and making decisions. That is what we always do. If nothing happened, it was not the best option for us, “ He assured in summer. A year later, Coutinho is back on the list.last_img read more