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likely to see his future at Barcelona

Philippe Coutinho is unlikely to see his future at Barcelona. ​​Although the Brazilian midfielder will not leave the Camp Nou this summer.

Barcelona are reportedly planning not to send Philippe Coutinho to the field next season. If they cannot let the Brazilian midfielder leave the Camp Nou this summer to avoid paying Liverpool an additional fee. According to a deal when he was drawn from the Reds in January 2018. As reported last Sunday. 

Azulgrana brought Coutinho from Liverpool for an initial fee of €135 million, plus additional conditions. That would raise the player’s fee to €160 million, one of which would be his 100th appearance of the game. Which would make the Bar. Celona have to pay the Reds another €20m after the 29-year-old midfielder has made 90 appearances. So the Catalan giants have no plans to send the Brazilian in any further action. If they are unsuccessful Releasing players from the team.

Barcelona are currently struggling with wage ceilings imposed by La Liga. They need to reduce the club’s burden of wage cuts and the release of surplus players by name Coutinho was one of them.

Coutinho is close to recovering from a knee injury and is now valued at around €30 million. But it is also difficult to find a club that is ready to pay €20 million a year to players. Unless the ‘Coutie’ is willing to lower wages as well. As for agreements to terminate contracts with players, compensation of at least 50 million euros is also required.