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Barcelona says Liverpool wanted $237M for Brazilian midfielder — Coutinho

Barcelona says Liverpool wanted $237M for Brazilian midfielder — Coutinho

Receiving transfer offers the day before huge games were deliberate attempts to destabilize that.

Liverpool maintain that FC Barcelona were always aware of this. The fans sang your name on the concourses week in, week out and little boys and girls around the world worshipped you. He will have to speak publicly about his recent actions.

"Dortmund decided the player [Dembele] would leave them, so I cannot compare the two situations". Take a look a social media and see how many people have changed their tunes.

With the injury to Adam Lallana and the failure to bring in Thomas Lemar, Klopp still needs him. It's 5/2 that Coutinho joins Barcelona when the window reopens in the new year. He will have to apologize. "And the new signings will make us more competitive and as strong as we have been in recent seasons". It wasn't in January or March but on July 19. Barcelona claimed that the Reds set an asking price of €200m for Coutinho during the dying embers of the transfer window, but the Liverpool hierarchy have since rubbished those claims.

"I would have accepted an offer in excess of £100m for [Coutinho]", Souness told The Sunday Times.

Barcelona, who sold Neymar to PSG for €220m and who splashed €105m on Ousmane Dembele this summer, appear to be dismayed at the state of the current transfer market, according to Soler.

"The main priority was not to jeopardize the club's equity and economic viability...a club with 155,000 members must be managed reliably and responsibly", Soler said.

"Offers here and offers there, and a minute after that it should already be over". It's easy to talk in hindsight, but of course everything can be done better. No loyalty and respect. "If that had happened, then there really would have been cause to call for our resignation".

In fact, I'm 110% sure you'll only be playing for self-gain.

Brazil international Coutinho will return to Anfield after his nation's World Cup qualifier against Colombia on Tuesday.

Unfortunately, you're probably never going to see this letter and to be perfectly honest I don't think you'd care anyway. Apologise and I'm pretty certain we'd accept it.