Philippe Coutinho has no interest in leaving Barcelona during the January transfer window amid links to a Premier League move to Newcastle.
The 29-year-old has long been linked with a move away from the Camp Nou following a three-year stint in Catalonia, but has so far survived a group of top earners – who have seen the likes of Lionel Messi and Antoine Griezmann move. .
Signed for an initial £ 105m in January 2018.
But he has played more than a hundred club games. And was loaned out to Bayern Munich for the 2019/2020 season. After failing to command a regular place on the sidelines. The Bavarians have chosen not to sign him permanently. Despite the choice, and he has been trying to return to Barça ever since.
Philippe Coutinho has scored just once in 11 games this season. And Newcastle have been honored with a desire. To bring him back to the Premier League after taking the lead in Saudi Arabia.
However, the Spanish book Sport says he has no intention of packing. His bags in January, and instead says he will wait. Until the summer before deciding on his future – when the club and its representatives. It can look at options and decide what is best for both of them. groups.
New Barcelona coach Xavi is said to be open to the idea of Philippe Coutinho. Staying – as he wants to see him live and see if he should be part of his plans . With former manager Ronald Koeman having revealed before his dismissal that the Brazilian player. he still had an important role to play in the club.
Another potential threat to the workplace. Is the recent allegations against Philippe Coutinho for lack of work. Although that is something he quickly dismissed after Barcelona’s 3-3 draw with Celta Vigo.
“I was very surprised to see. These stories published because in all my work I have never lacked wisdom,” said Coutinho. “You can look at any team I was in, I always respected everyone.
played four or five games
“Since I came back to play [after the injury] I have never played four or five games which starts to be at my best level. I feel very good, and physically, I am good.”
Philippe Coutinho Correia (born June 12, 1992) is a paid Brazilian footballer. Who plays as an attacking midfielder for or La Liga side Barcelona and the Brazilian national team. He is known for his combination of vision, passing, running and the ability to combine long curved strikes.
Coutinho, who was born and raised in Rio de Janeiro, showed exceptional ability and excelled in Vasco da Gama’s youth program. He was signed by Italian club Inter Milan in 2008 for 4 million euros and was loaned back to Vasco, where he became a key player. He made his Inter Milan debut in 2010, and later loaned out to La Liga club Espanyol in 2012. In January 2013.
English club Liverpool
Philippe Coutinho joined English club Liverpool for £ 8.5 million. In January 2018, Coutinho signed for Barcelona with a club fee of € 160 million (making him the second most expensive player in the world at the time, and the most expensive midfielder to date), and won two La Liga titles. However, he loaned German club Bayern Munich a loan for the entire season before the 2019-20 season, which is part of a treble-winning team that includes the Bundesliga, DFB-Pokal and the UEFA Champions League.
Coutinho made his international debut in 2010. He was also a member of the Brazilian team that won the 2019 Copa América on home soil.
Esmeralda Philippe Coutinho third and youngest son. And architect José Carlos Correia, Coutinho was born on June 12, 1992 in Rio de Janeiro, weighing 3.1 kg (6 lbs 10 oz) as a newborn. He grew up in the Rio region north of Rocha between the old slums and industrial estates.
As a young boy he was shy and lonely. And he started playing soccer after watching his older brothers Cristiano and Leandro play with their friends on the local soccer field, where he started playing futsal that he said helped him. develops his skills as a footballer. With space limited and the need for skill and improvement, the slower Philippe Coutinho flourished.
Vasco da Gama
Philippe Coutinho remained on loan at Vasco for two years as FIFA banned. The transfer of footballers worldwide until he reached the age of 18. And he became a first-team regular player despite his young age. In 2009, he played 12 league games as Vasco. In 2010, he made 31 appearances and scored 5 goals in all competitions. As he presented himself as a key first-team player.