Liverpool are prepared to let Philippe Coutinho go to Barcelona in January, according to reports in Spain. Barcelona made a huge effort to bring the Brazilian to the Nou Camp in the summer following Neymar's departure, with the Reds rejecting numerous bids from them. And though Coutinho remained a Liverpool player, La Liga leaders Barca have not shifted their interest. Mundo Deportivo claim that Barcelona scouts watched the 25-year-old at Wembley on Sunday as Jurgen Klopp's side were beaten 4-1 by Tottenham. They also state that the German has neither ruled out a sale, nor denied that an agreement exists between the two clubs over his eventual transfer.
Liverpool 'open the door' for Coutinho to join Barcelona as Jurgen Klopp 'no longer rules out' January exit
Daily Mail | Oct 23