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Philippe Coutinho could make shock return to Liverpool if loan club Bayern Munich decide against permanent transfer next summer

talkSPORT Wednesday, 16 October 2019
A return to Liverpool could still be an option for Philippe Coutinho if Bayern Munich decide against making his loan move permanent. Having failed to impress in his 18-month spell in Spain with Barcelona, Coutinho was shipped out on loan to the Bundesliga club in August. According to Spanish newspaper AS, Coutinho, the Brazil international, has […]
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