Philippe Coutinho ‘refuses to go out on loan’ after Barcelona demand massive £27m fee to take playmaker for a year
- Philippe Coutinho has reportedly refused to leave Barcelona on loan this season
- Reports suggested Barcelona wanted £27m to loan out Coutinho for one season
- The Reds, Arsenal and Manchester United have been linked to sign the Brazilian
- Coutinho has struggled to win over the fans at the Nou Camp since his move
Philippe Coutinho has refused the idea of being sent out on loan this summer.
According to Spanish news outlet Mundo Deportivo, Coutinho is refusing to leave the Nou Camp in a loan deal and would instead prefer to leave the club permanently, should he have to.
Philippe Coutinho has refused the option of being sent out on loan this summer
Liverpool, Arsenal and Paris Saint-Germain have all been linked with the 27-year-old with the Catalan giants desperate to recuperate as much of the £142m they bought him for in January 2018.
Neymar continues to be linked with a sensational return to the Nou Camp and Barca chiefs are keen to offload his compatriot before the window closes.
Coutinho has struggled to win over the fans at the Nou Camp since his move from Anfield.
Barcelona are keen to offload Coutinho so they can make room for Neymar (pictured)