Barcelona wants to give Quique Setien a huge war chest to rebuild the Blaugranas, and that means a yard sale.
A price tag of around $100 million is being put on Philippe Coutinho, as The Express says Bayern Munich will pass on their $132 option to buy him after this season's loan.
Tottenham Hotspur, Liverpool, Manchester United, Manchester City, and Chelsea are being linked with the 27-year-old, according to The Express.
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Which of those make sense?
Coutinho turns 28 this summer, and several of the sides mentioned angle for youth when they splash the big cash.
Liverpool sold Coutinho for $192 million in 2018 and would still count $92 million in profit if they met Barca's asking price, but my goodness even that is a big expense.
He knows Jurgen Klopp's system, and has made more than 200 appearances for the Anfield set (54 goals, 45 assists). The Express report says Klopp would rather capture Bayer Leverkusen star Kai Havertz which, of course, is true of every team with a lot of money.
Coutinho has seven goals and eight assists in 27 matches for Bayern after collecting 21 and 11 in two seasons with Barcelona.
Will he be able to reclaim the form that saw him dazzle the Premier League in producing 13 goals and seven assists during his last Premier League season?
Yeah, we think so. We argued at the time that Liverpool should sell to Barca due to his exaggerated status at Anfield not matching his impact on matches. He was very good, but not irreplaceable.
But is it worth the price?