Philippe Coutinho's career has hit a slump. Although he still has several years ahead of him, the Brazilian has not been the same since he left Liverpool for Barcelona in January 2018.
Barcelona will be needing the money in a few months and hopes to get a significant amount for the Brazilian, although the economic crisis that football will have to face in a few months will complicate the any large investments.
For that reason, a new loan to yet another team while the world's finances recover has not been discarded. In England, they claim that there are up to five Premier League teams interested in signing the player for the 2020-21 season.
The one that seems to be best placed in this whole equation is Mourinho's Tottenham, which needs major signings in order to cope next year after a very average season. In addition, Mourino wants to build his own project and bring some players of his own after arriving in the middle of the season.
'Mundo Deportivo' claims the current Bayern player would not be against becoming a Spurs player. But Mourinho's is not the only team interested in taking over his services in England. Manchester United also need to create a winning project and Coutinho would be an excellent option to lead it, says according to The Mirror.
Finally, Leicester, who had an exceptional run up until the coronavirus outbreak, are also reportedly interested. Brendan Rodgers' team have shown their interest, but they could come short in terms of money.
The two other clubs are Chelsea and Arsenal, while 'Mirror' also confirms that Liverpool has no intention of recovering their former star, as Klopp understands that the team needs to be strengthened in another way.
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