Manchester United, Chelsea, Arsenal and Tottenham ‘enquire about possible move to sign Philippe Coutinho from Barcelona’
- Manchester United, Chelsea, Arsenal and Spurs have asked about the midfielder
- Barcelona’s asking price means he is unlikely to join loan club Bayern Munich
- They value the 27-year-old at £100m but he has struggled to settle at Camp Nou
- The former Liverpool player has also been linked with a return to Inter Milan
Manchester United, Chelsea, Arsenal and Tottenham have enquired about signing Philippe Coutinho from Barcelona at the end of the season.
Coutinho is currently on a season-long loan at Bayern Munich but the German club are reportedly unwilling to pay the £100million fee that Barcelona are demanding to make the move permanent.
As reported by The Mirror, there is much interest from Premier League clubs in Coutinho, who previously played in the English top flight for Liverpool between 2013 and 2018.
Chelsea, Arsenal, Man United and Spurs have enquired about signing Philippe Coutinho
Coutinho made the switch to Barcelona in 2018 but the midfielder struggled to settle at the Nou Camp, which resulted in him being sent on loan to Bayern.
During his time at Barcelona, Coutinho has made 76 appearances, scoring 21 goals and providing eleven assists.
The Brazil international is also reportedly being considered by Inter Milan, the club where he started his senior career.
At the age of 27 and capable of making a major impact as an attacking midfielder or out wide, Coutinho has a lot to offer potential new employers and may well relish the chance to play in the Premier League again.
This season Coutinho has scored eight goals and provided six assists in 22 Bundesliga appearances for Bayern.
He has scored eight goals and provided six assists in 22 Bundesliga appearances for Bayern
The Brazilian spent five years in the Premier League with Liverpool before joining Barcelona
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