Philippe Coutinho will be allowed to leave Barcelona this summer with PSG, Manchester United and Chelsea all interested in Brazilian
- Barcelona midfielder Philippe Coutinho looks set for a summer of speculation
- The Brazilian has not settled in at all since moving to the Nou Camp in 2018
- Paris Saint-Germain, Manchester United and Chelsea are all interested in him
Since signing from Liverpool for £145million in January 2018, the midfielder hasn’t hit the heights expected in Cataluyna and his struggles have been well documented.
And according to Mundo Deportivo, the Spanish champions will cash in on the £100m-rated man.
Philippe Coutinho could leave Barcelona this summer, and could return to the Premier League
Mundo Deportivo have stated Chelsea, Man United and PSG are all interested
Premier League duo Chelsea and Manchester United are both ready to offer him a return to England, according to the report.
The Blues are in need of a replacement for outgoing Eden Hazard, while United are set to embark on an overhaul of their squad.
Meanwhile Paris Saint-Germain’s interest could involve a double deal.
Reports have already suggested that Coutinho could be used as a makeweight in a deal to bring Neymar back to the Nou Camp.
PSG endured a difficult first season under new boss Thomas Tuchel, with their domestic dominance tested in the cups and their Champions League dreams left in tatters once more.
As a result, Tuchel has admitted it would be ‘naive’ to guarantee both Neymar and Kylian Mbappe will still be at the club next season.