Barcelona to make £138m bid for Liverpool's Coutinho


Spanish giants FC Barcelona are reportedly close to announcing the capture of the player who will be Brazil superstar Neymar's replacement at the club.

Liverpool have rejected three bids from Barcelona, including the latest last week which British media said came in at 125 million euros ($146.85 million).

Liverpool are two games into their Premier League season and face Hoffenheim in the second leg of their Champions League playoff clash on Wednesday and Coutinho has missed all the games thus far due to a back injury. And, y'know, spunking £40 million on Paulinho.

West Brom boss Tony Pulis is ready to pull off a £30m double swoop for Tottenham pair Kevin Wimmer and Vincent Janssen.

Huddersfield Town are set to sign highly-rated Nurnberg playmaker Abdelhamid Sabiri in David Wagner's 10th summer transfer. "Absolutely. 100 per cent", was Klopp's response.

"You asked is everything okay between us?" But Neymar didn't break up via text, tried to keep it cordial and spent way more money than is typical to escape the relationship.

It is worth noting, however, that Di Maria is not the first option for Barcelona. But, as has been well publicized, Neymar bought out his contract for the farcical fee of $263 million. This is about making a point and saying no other club can do what we do to them. "We would have to check in the moment when he is back".

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"I would be concerned if people would think it's a weak side coming from Hoffenheim".

A Monaco supporters group have released a statement criticising Mbappe and his advisors for their conduct during the transfer window. Not for the pretty girl who's not used to being dumped.

"They have a clear plan and I respect what Julian [Nagelsmann] and his team have achieved".

"It would be a big finals, you go for it and try your best". The reason for the success is said to be the bench strength of the club.

Philippe Coutinho was signed from Inter Milan.

"Liverpool have not even answered, so that should mean that's the end of that".

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