Philippe Coutinho lives his second season at FC Barcelona, after becoming the most expensive purchase in the club's history; However, the Brazilian does not own or have not demonstrated the level he had at Liverpool, so speculation about his possible team start has increased.
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According to information published Sunday by the British newspaper & # 39; Daily Star & # 39 ;, Coutinho has contacted the Spanish players who play Manchester United (David De Gea, Juan Mata) to confess that he would be willing to sign with the & # 39; Red Devils & # 39; & # 39 ;.
According to the report above, Manchester United would be willing to offer Barça up to 100 million euros for the Brazilian striker, for which the Blaugrana team paid 160 more than a year ago.
United coach Ole Gunnar Solskjaer said recently that his team needs high-level reinforcements for the next class and among them would be the name of Phillipe Coutinho, 26, who knows the Premier perfectly League.