Liverpool finally ready to sell Coutinho


Liverpool are prepared to let Philippe Coutinho go to Barcelona in January, according to reports in Spain.

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Barcelona failed on their effort to bring Coutinho to the Nou Camp last summer with several big money fee being rejected by the Reds.

Liverpool lost 4-1 on Sunday to Totteham at Wembley Stadium and according to reports from the Mundo Deportivo the Reds play maker was being watched by scouts from Fc Barcelona.

It also stated that Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has neither ruled out a sale nor denied that an agreement exist between the two club over an eventual transfer.

Klopp reportedly said: "I have no idea. We will see. We do not talk about things like this. Can you imagine what it would be like to say "yes, we have an agreement"?

"Right now, the truth is that nobody thinks about this. We do not talk about that, why should we?

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"In general, as a club, we have to create a situation in which players want to be part of everything they have. At this point, we have this. Nobody thinks about January, nobody thinks about June or July.

"Everyone wants to be part of this, but there will be transfer windows and we will see what happens."

Liverpool sits ninth in Premier League table with a disappointing run this season.

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