Paulo Dybala to Barcelona practically impossible: Focus on Philippe Coutinho

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According to Yahoo Sport, Liverpool star player, Philippe Coutinho, will be unveiled on Friday by Barcelona as The Reds have accepted a €160m fee for the Brazilian International.

Should the deal be completed then the fee will eclipse the £133m Barcelona intend to pay Borussia Dortmund for France global Ousmane Dembele, who completed his move to the Nou Camp after one year in the Bundesliga earlier this week. Players are human beings and they respond in different ways. Furthermore, it leaves Liverpool scrambling around to find a replacement with the Premier League transfer window due to slam shut at 11pm.

This prompted Coutinho to hand in an official transfer request, while he has been missing from the side for the start of the season, citing a dubious back injury as the reason. If it closed in July, Coutinho would have continued playing and it would have been gone.

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Philippe Coutinho might be headed to Barcelona, but it won't be without enormous resistance from Liverpool. "My thing is in the pitch, that's my concern".

Tite says he has told Barcelona target Coutinho that he must be in a "place where he feels happy; if it's at Liverpool or if it's a move to Barcelona". If it's another one, I'll be ok. I don't have to have opinion about everything. And fair. And justice is that he can be happy.

Brazil's medical team revealed that the former Inter Milan man was in a "perfect condition" to take part in any squad selected by manager Tite for the games on 1st and 5th September - comments that infuriated Reds fans for the lies told to them by their own side.