It appears that Philippe Coutinho’s future at Liverpool is looking safer than ever with a major European club now set to be unable to sign the Brazilian from Anfield anytime soon.
A report from Italian football outlet CalcioMercato has stated that despite rumored interest from PSG that the club will be unable to sign Coutinho from Liverpool anytime soon due to FFP (financial fairplay) regulations and further the Brazilian is said to be unhappy with his proposed salary if he was to move to the French capital.
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Coutinho has of-course thrown his future at Liverpool into uncertainty in the last six months with rumored moves away from Anfield emerging almost daily. However, it looks as though Barcelona will lead the way again to sign the playmaker with PSG looking an unfavorable choice for the star.
A report from Bleacher Report today had suggested the the Catalan giants were beginning to worry about their pursuit for Coutinho with PSG looking to scupper Barca’s plans. However, this recent news will be music to the ears of Barcelona fans.
Liverpool fans will still be worried about losing their prized possession. But, with PSG now looking out of the equation Coutinho’s future could be looking a fraction safer.