Liverpool said they had played a role in the “worst transfer ever” of the Arsenal legend
Posted On March 18, 2021
When Barcelona signed Philippe Coutinho from Liverpool in 2018, no one knew how much the deal would be a grief for the Brazilian.
In Catalonia, the attacking midfielder was unable to maintain a starting position in the starting line-up, so much so that he spent the last season on loan at Bayern Munich.
It’s easy to point to the titles Coutinho has won in the past few years and claim the move was a personal success, but there is no doubt that he would rather be a key player at Barcelona rather than on the sidelines.
Arsenal legend Ian Wright studied the deal to take the “Little Wizard” to Camp Nou, agreeing that “The worst transfer everOn the last episode of his podcast.
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“One of the craziest things I’ve seen is Coutinho playing with Bayern, winning the Champions League and then returning to Barcelona.He said, as quoted by HITC.
Co-host Musa Okwonga tuned in withThis must be the worst conversion ever, just in terms of how much has been spent 8-2 points, it’s the worst conversion everThe Arsenal legend agreed, saying, “Easily, sure. Easily!“
After leaving Liverpool in 2018, Coutinho’s career took a major downturn – he won titles after joining Barcelona, including the biggest honor in European football during a loan spell with Bayern Munich, but his performance over the past few years is just not what you would have expected. £ 140 million Superstar.
In the past, we’ve covered reports that Coutinho was desperate to return to Anfield, but feelings didn’t reciprocate at the end of the Reds.