Barcelona now have rivals for Coutinho

Vincent De Villiers
Outubro 9, 2017

Paris Saint-Germain will attempt to block Barcelona's efforts to sign Philippe Coutinho from Liverpool in January and will attempt to bring the Brazilian to the French capital themselves, according to latest reports in Spain. I was a lucky guy to share the same pitch with him in the same team.

Have the Spanish press finally given up on suggestions Barcelona could sign Philippe Coutinho from Liverpool?

Sport continue to suggest that Barcelona will miss out on Coutinho on Monday, linking the Catalans with Tottenham star Dele Alli instead.

PSG president Nasser Al-Khelaifi, on the request of Neymar, has sanctioned a move for Coutinho, with the club's Sporting Director Antero Henrique and Sporting Co-ordinator Maxwell having already established contact with the player's agents.

Spurs manager Mauricio Pochettino has been a boost to the development of Alli since he joined Tottenham in 2015.

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The Tottenham man is not your typical Barcelona midfielder.

Barcelona supposedly feel he would be the perfect alternative to Coutinho. Les Parisiens are keen on signing the Liverpool playmaker next summer, although the Brazilian is eager to move to Camp Nou.

Neymar is also reported as having begged Coutinho to join him at PSG, sending him several messages via Whatsapp.

Alli is likely to be offered around £80,000-a-week to add an extra year to his existing deal, which would put him ahead of Christian Eriksen, but would still leave him some way short of top earner Harry Kane, who pockets roughly £100,000-a-week.

The former Inter starlet was not happy with his club's decision but of course there was nothing he could do to force a move to Cataluña.

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