The Spanish football giant Barcelona FC has reach agreement from Liverpool FC to sign Philippe Coutinho away from the club. According to report through the official websites of both clubs reported that agreement of £142 Million has being reached for the Brazilian international.
Report had it that both clubs has settle agreement for the Brazilian for an initial fee of €120million (£106.4m), with a further €40m (£35.5m) in add-ons, while his contact buy-out clause is at 400 million euros. The sale of Coutinho made him second-most expensive transfer of all-time, trailing the £198million PSG paid for Neymar to Barcelona last summer – and it is the highest transfer fee ever received by an English Football club for a player.
Coutinho is billed to sign a five-year deal, with the possibility of the club giving him n extension in the summer to ensure his deal does not run out mid-season. He was spotted in London on Saturday making final preparations to fly out to Barcelona and connect with his new club.
Philippe has made a fantastic contribution to this club over his five years of service and as disappointed as we are he doesn’t want to extend that, the relationship we have for him means with a heavy heart we wish him well,” manager Jurgen Klopp told the club’s official website.