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Liverpool Reject £90 Million Bid From Barcelona For Coutinho

have again told  that Philippe is not for sale after rejecting a €100m (£90m) bid for the midfielder. Barcelona’s second offer, comprising €85m plus €15m in add-ons, was immediately rejected.

Coutinho is rumoured to be unsettled at Liverpool

Barça returned with their latest bid for the 25-year-old on Wednesday having had an offer of €80m (£72m) rejected last month. It was met with the same response. Liverpool rejected the offer, reiterated to Barcelona they will not consider selling their influential playmaker this summer and, despite reports in that a deal is imminent, consider the matter closed.

Whether that deters Barcelona from making a third offer remains to be seen, as their latest approach does reflect a confidence at that Coutinho is keen on making the move. Liverpool have repeatedly stated he will not be sold with insisting last week that his club’s stance is not open to interpretation. Their position is strengthened by the five-year contract Coutinho signed only last season. That deal, worth around £150,000 a week, does not include a release clause.

Liverpool are adamant in their approach to keep him at the club

While interested in joining Barcelona, Coutinho has not agitated for a Liverpool exit and has shown no sign of doing so since the first bid was made. Klopp spoke to the forward in Hong Kong when Barcelona first formalised their interest to stress his importance to the team and reiterate the club’s determination to keep him at .

Coutinho and Salah

That conversation, however, came before Barcelona banked £200m courtesy of Neymar’s departure to Paris Saint-Germain. They have since continued to pursue Coutinho as well as ’s Ousmane Dembélé, although claims a Barcelona delegation travelled to this week to meet their Liverpool counterparts were inaccurate. Liverpool have had no plans to meet Barcelona to discuss Coutinho’s transfer.

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