Barcelona ready to renew their pursuit of Liverpool's Philippe Coutinho

Barcelona ready to renew their pursuit of Liverpool's Philippe Coutinho

Barcelona ready to renew their pursuit of Liverpool's Philippe Coutinho

Reports this week suggested Soler would step away from footballing duties at Camp Nou and, speaking at a news conference to announce Barcelona's latest financial results, Grau insisted a move for Brazil midfielder Coutinho was still on the agenda.

News of a winter move would be odd considering Barcelona would still need to beat the offers said to have been made in the summer.

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LIVERPOOL look set for another transfer window of speculation surrounding Philippe Coutinho after Barcelona publicly confirmed they are ready to revive their interest in the player in January.

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Saga transfer of Coutinho became the center of European public attention in the transfer market last summer.

"Of course they are still interested in Coutinho, they've got everything sorted with the player, we've all known that for months".

The Spanish club failed with three bids for Coutinho last summer, the last worth £115 million, with Liverpool standing firm there is no price that will force a sale this season.

The Times' Paul Joyce, elaborating on Grau's comments, said that "Liverpool will be angered" by Barcelona's renewed efforts.

Coutinho would be cup-tied for Champions League games should he move to Barca but that is not expected to affect the move.

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