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LIVERPOOL - Coutinho won't force move to Barcelona

09.08.2017 09.58 by Chiara Biondini  read 1375

COUTINHO WON’T FORCE MOVE

Barcelona are willing to pay £109m for Liverpool playmaker Philippe Coutinho but any move depends on the clubs reaching an amicable agreement, Sky Sports News understands. Coutinho is keen to move to the Nou Camp but has no desire to try and force through a move. The Brazilian reported for training at Melwood yesterday and Liverpool's position has not changed - Coutinho is not for sale. Barcelona-based media are reporting that officials from the club are on Merseyside for talks, though Liverpool are unaware of this. Barca made an offer of £72m earlier in the window which was rejected by Liverpool.

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