Barcelona and Brazilian star Philippe Coutinho reportedly has a buyout clause price £355 million positioned on him by the membership hierarchy amid rumours that the playmaker may depart the Catalan giants on the finish of the season.
Coutinho who was signed by Barcelona from Liverpool for a membership report £142 million has struggled to make the identical affect at La Liga that he did in England, with the Brazilian’s performances coming in for criticism from each the followers and the media.
His performances has seen supervisor Ernesto Valverde relegate him to the bench, with it being understood that he might make a transfer in the summertime if the state of affairs continues. Manchester United are understood to be thinking about signing the 26-year-old, with reviews suggesting that they’ve made contact with the membership hierarchy over a possible switch, although his excessive buyout clause is certain to scare away any potential suitors.
Along with his large clause, the footballer’s spouse gave start to a child woman earlier within the season, along with his household understood to be completely satisfied in Spain, one thing which Coutinho wouldn’t need to disrupt by transferring again to England.
Since becoming a member of the Catalan giants in January 2018, he has made 47 appearances in all competitions, scoring 16 targets and serving to the membership win the La Liga and Copa del Rey final season.