Barcelona have been connected with an interest in Philippe Coutinho, the playmaker from Liverpool. Fellow Brazilian Neymar has made some comments suggesting that Barcelona plans to bring another star from Anfield over to Spain. Barcelona took weeks, if not months, to talk Luis Suarez into leaving Liverpool, and after Neymar made his statement, it looks like Liverpool may be losing another big player. The Reds did not keep their Champions League berth and are off to a slow start in the Premier League table. This could make Coutinho more willing to move away from this club. Investing 8.5 million pounds in Coutinho was a risk at the time, given his struggles with Inter Milan, but he has shown tremendous creativity since then to repay the team’s trust in him. Speaking of luring people across the English Channel, Manchester United appear ready to make their move to entice Cristiano Ronaldo back to the friendly confines of Old Trafford. Apparently, the 30-year-old is all set to leave the Bernabeu, and Man United looks ready to get into a bidding war with Paris Saint Germaine for this scoring giant. Man U has apparently offered to match the current 15 million pounds that Ronaldo currently commands, and they are also aware of how this could alter the team on a number of different levels. Ronaldo did play for Man U for six seasons and scored 118 goals before heading to Real Madrid in 2009 for a transfer fee that was a record at the time (80 million pounds). Ronaldo has won the Ballon d’Or twice and has scored 321 goals in 305 games for Real Madrid, although the team only has one La Liga title in those six seasons.
Paul Pogba’s agent has now revealed the real reason why the midfielder left Man United. Look away, United fans… http://t.co/vyAckjBY0E— TheSPORTbible (@TSBible) September 23, 2015
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