Philippe Coutinho stayed at Anfield off the back of the Reds' dogged efforts to keep him from Barcelona, though their resistance could be made redundant six months from now. They had to justify their astronomical price tags, and to do their utmost to keep their new manager, the man who (in most cases) put their reputation, and someone else's money, on the line to bring them to the club.
But the 25-year-old says he is ready to return to action. The report by Diario Gol added that representatives of Coutinho were looking around for houses in Spain. That's what I call value for money. The thigh problem also led to his exclusion in Brazil's comfortable win over Japan recently.
'Thanks to football, I live in England today.
An early season injury woe saw Coutinho sit out Liverpool's first four Premier League games, of which they picked up seven points.
The Liverpool star returned to training with the Samba squad on Wednesday after working in the gym with medical staff.
Remember when people thought Iheanacho and Rashford were equally talented?
On the other hand, Gomes might not be the type of player Jurgen Klopp wants in his side, with Naby Keita waiting to join the club in 2018 from RB Leipzig. However, any deal for the talented Alli will cost a fortune as Spurs chairman, Daniel Levy, is known to be a tough negotiator and will not sell the player for anything less than £150 million. Nevertheless, Ernesto Valverde rejected the opportunity to sign the striker and instead bought his team-mate, Ousmane Dembele.
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