PSG to swoop for Barcelona and Real Madrid superstars

PSG to swoop for Barcelona and Real Madrid superstars

"Dembele has overtaken him a little bit, but he's a player we consider to be a starter and he'll be very important for us for the rest of the season".

Barcelona midfielder, Philippe Coutinho has finally made a decision to stay at the Camp Nou amid interest from Manchester United.

Finally, the report concludes by stating that should a deal happen, it would, in total, break the existing transfer market record of €222 million set by the French giants when they signed Neymar from Barcelona. Even Manchester United have been speculatively linked with the player, although it seems highly unlikely he would entertain the notion of moving to Old Trafford given his Liverpool past.

United are interested in signing the Brazilian global in this January transfer window. Italian media outlet Il Messaggero has said that United, along with Arsenal and Chelsea, are at the front of the queue to sign the 22-year-old who is said to have a £27m release clause in his current contract.

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Liverpool received £4.4 million for every 25 league games Coutinho plays for Barcelona up until he reaches 100 in blue and red. The club paid that last season and will be due to pay the same amount this season - but only if Coutinho is still at the club.

The second clause will Barcelona pay Liverpool another £4.4 million if they qualify for the Champions League this season, something they are nearly certain to do.

"Now and again you can get a kid at 18 years of age who bursts into the first team, but normally they have to follow a certain path of progression, it's not so easy", the Barça coach said.

Barça spent months attempting to prise Coutinho away from Liverpool and eventually succeeded last January after a €140m agreement was struck.

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