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Here’s How Neymar Jr. Tried To Stop Coutinho’s Transfer To Barça

It is the Brazilian media Estadao, who has just revealed this information that Neymar would try to put the stick in the wheel of FC Barcelona, ​​regarding the transfer of Philippe Coutinho.

Currently with the Brazilian selection for two meetings against Ecuador then Colombia, Neymar and Coutinho spend a lot of time together which leaves them the opportunity to discuss. Especially football and transfer.

Indeed, according to the media, Neymar advised Coutinho to stay in Liverpool and therefore not to leave for FC Barcelona. ”  Neymar told Coutinho in a discussion that he will not regret Liverpool’s decision to keep him away from Barcelona, ” the paper writes.

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For the last few weeks, following the departure of Neymar for the PSG, the Catalan club hopes to attract the midfield of the Reds in its workforce, before the end of the transfer window. Despite the recruitment of Ousmane Dembélé, Barça would still seek to enlist the midfielder of the Reds by the end of the mercato.

Neymar is not the only one to be able to work. We have seen Paulinho, who has just joined Barca, to converse as a compatriot with Coutinho. No doubt to tell him to join him …

The suspense remains total in this transfer of Coutinho. Media sources contradict each other. Several Spanish news sites claim that Coutinho has already passed his medical visit to Brazil and that he does not intend to return to Liverpool. Only the current certainty, Continho is in Brazil where he is preparing with the selection against Ecuador. But the shadow of Barca is never far away.

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