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Philippe Coutinho asked Jurgen Klopp to re-sign him for Liverpool with a salary cut

Philippe Coutinho asked Jurgen Klopp to re-sign him for Liverpool with a salary cut
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Philippe Coutinho is ready to take a salary cut after asking Jurgen Klopp personally to re-sign him for Liverpool, reports say. After only two years at the club, the playmaker’s dream move to Barcelona is in tatters. Coutinho constrained his way out of Liverpool midway through the campaign in 2018/19 yet Barcelona delivered out on loan last summer and is on sale.

Arsenal, Chelsea, Manchester United, and Leicester City are just a couple of sides that have been offered to Coutinho, yet the Sunday World says the Brazilian is eager to come back to Liverpool.

Coutinho has also made a personal plea to Klopp to make his transfer green light and is eager to take a pay cut to make it happen. Because of the coronavirus pandemic, Liverpool right now lacks transfer assets, and Klopp had to ax a move for Timo Werner.

The RB Leipzig striker was Klopp’s top target this summer, however after Liverpool boss told their manager they couldn’t afford Werner the German will currently join Chelsea.

Coutinho’s agent Kia Joorabchian was given the job of making sure about a transfer back to Liverpool and made it clear that his customer would lessen his wages. Coutinho would be an exorbitant addition to Liverpool, earning Barcelona a whopping £250.00 seven days. The La Liga giants will pay a segment of their wages in the event that they send Coutinho out on loan again, however, Barcelona would want to sell the 28-year-old.

Joorabchian has said on several occasions that Coutinho’s inclination is to come back to the Premier League where he delivered his best structure. Liverpool brilliantly reinvested the £142million they got from the Coutinho sale, purchasing Virgil van Dijk and goalkeeper Alisson Becker back in the inside.

The Reds have dominated the Champions League since Coutinho’s retirement, and are only two victories away from winning their first-historically speaking Premier League title.