Liverpool reportedly consider opening the door for Barcelona misfit Philippe Coutinho to return to the club this summer
The Brazilian left Anfield to join the Catalans in January 2017 but has struggled to live up to expectations ever since completing his £142m move to the Camp Nou.
However, the 27-year-old forced his way out of the Merseyside outfit, which has left a bitter taste in the mouth of all Liverpool supporters, including the ones sitting in the leader board.
After failing to leave his mark in La Liga, the former Inter Milan star would like to revive his career elsewhere, and a potential Premier League return seems like a plausible solution.
Liverpool open the door for Barça flop Coutinho to return to the PLhttps://t.co/SLY2y2q8ol— SPORT English (@Sport_EN) June 30, 2019
Closely followed by Manchester United over the past six months, Coutinho seems destined to return to the English top tier where he became one of the best playmakers in the world.
While Ole Gunnar Solskjaer hopes to fulfill his long-held dream of capturing the Brazilian maestro, the Reds may crash his hopes by allowing their ex-hero to return the club.
As reported by the English outlet, Mirror, Liverpool chairman Tom Werner would receive the former Reds No 10 again as he intends to chase down the Premier League glory next season.