Barcelona Outcast on Juventus and Milan Radar for Potential January Move

Philippe Coutinho’s career has experienced a freefall ever since his departure from Liverpool in January 2018, although he was part of Bayern Munich’s 2019/20 treble-winning team. The 29-year-old Brazilian has fallen down the pecking order under Ronald Koeman and the club reportedly want to see his wages off the account books.

According to reports from Spain and in particular, he is bound to be put up on the January winter transfer window – with any kind of option being acceptable, whether it’s an outright sale or a loan with an obligation to buy.

He is still of interest to teams in England, where he conquered defences with his agile vision, dribbling and stunning strikes. Arsenal and Liverpool have been linked with a potential move for him but now two Italian giants in Milan and Juventus are also keeping close tabs on him, according to TuttoJuve.

The former Inter playmaker is one of Blaugrana’s top earners and the club would be even willing to pay a part of his salary if he moves on loan, just to get rid of him and offset his high wages.