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The future of Philippe Coutinho still away from Camp Nou and the latest information that is handled, English football can be the perfect escape for the Brazilian. That is why Aston Villa began to approach its environment and the Barça club to negotiate a loan.
According to the journalist, Helena Condis , the English team is initiating the contacts but without agreement yet. Of course, the feelings are positive and his coach, Steven Gerrard He is the main supporter of the arrival of the Brazilian international.
Fabrizio Romano, for his part, who is one of the journalist with the greatest knowledge in the transfer market also highlighted that the negotiation is still underway, although without an agreement yet. Adding that, the Aston Villa It is not the only English club interested in Coutinho.
It should be added that, Steven Gerrard knows the Brazilian midfielder very well, as they were teammates in Liverpool and the English knows what it can give on the ground. In addition, Coutinho lived his golden age in Anfield when he became the star of the team and number ten.
Everton and Arsenal are the other two clubs that have knocked on the 29-year-old’s door to reinforce their squads and give a second chance to a footballer who has been weakened by injuries in his experience in Spain with him FC Barcelona.
It is important to highlight that, Coutinho He wanted from start to finish to regain his level with the Catalans and show how valuable the field is. However, his injuries and the emergence of young players such as Nico, Gavi and the presence of Pedri, Frenkie de Jong, Ansu Fati, Memphis and Ferran Torres Minutes will be deducted from the Brazilian.
In this way, the born in Rio de Janeiro must seek a new horizon to get the minutes necessary to be present in the Qatar World Cup 2022 and thus close its cycle with the FC Barcelona, despite not having shown how valuable he was in England and the one that made him the most expensive signing in the club’s history.
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