Liverpool backed to secure signing of £77million playmaker

Once again our former star Philippe Coutinho is in the lime light and a former Crystal Palace forward has backed Liverpool to re-sign the Brazilian international.

Earlier this month, we covered a report (via Sport) claiming that the Reds are interested in re-hiring the services of the Barcelona star, who is currently playing on loan for Bayern Munich.

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More recently, Clinton Morrison has urged the Merseysiders to bring the former Inter Milan playmaker back to Anfield.

The retired Irish international stated (The Debate via The Daily Express):

“You know who I’d like them to sign, Liverpool fans might start shouting, I think Philippe Coutinho”

“I think he would be brilliant. He’s in and out of the team at Bayern Munich, not really playing at Barcelona, I loved him at Liverpool.”

At Anfield, Coutinho was a superstar and Jurgen Klopp even opted to hand him the captain’s armband in a few games (2017-18). However, the South American opted to join Barca.

Since then, his club career has gone downwards. The 27-year-old had a time to forget at the Nou Camp and currently, he is not performing up to his level at Bayern (on loan).

We do know that the Samba star is a proven Premier League star, who scored some sublime long range goals for us and was one of our most creative players.

Liverpool sold him in 2018 for a mammoth fee of £142million and our German manager has not signed a natural central attacking midfielder to replace him as yet. He is only available for a fee of £77million (The Daily Express) in the summer.

In your view, should Klopp opt to bring Philippe Coutinho back to Anfield?

4 thoughts on “Liverpool backed to secure signing of £77million playmaker

  • March 15, 2020 at 11:40 am

    without a doubt

  • March 15, 2020 at 12:45 pm

    Ofcourse…we would love to have him onboard…he knows our style of play and is a proven star in PL…the price is also balanced…the only thing is he should be firmly committed to the Liverpool cause…we all valued him while he was at Liverpool and we know his capabilities…unfortunately he chose a different path…but at the end of the day it’s football and anything can happen…the transfer didn’t turned well for him but moving back to Liverpool could be a new chapter for him…and who knows maybe a beautiful one to…we football fans are romantics in disguise…but one thing is clear…Liverpool definitely needs a creative attacking midfielder in the summer…YNWA

  • March 15, 2020 at 8:48 pm

    No too old, maybe someone like Ousmane Dembele who isn’t getting as much playtime as he’d like

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