Barcelona have lowered the asking price for Manchester United target Philippe Coutinho, according to Goal.
The 26-year-old signed for the Catalan giants from Liverpool for a club-record £103m in January 2018.
However, the Brazil star has struggled to fit into boss Ernesto Valverde’s front three alongside Lionel Messi and Luis Suarez, making just 16 starts this term.
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With the playmaker’s future at the Camp Nou now looking very uncertain, it’s reported that the La Liga leaders prepared to accept a loss by accepting others in the region of £68.8million.
It’s claimed Manchester United are targeting a swoop but Coutinho is not keen on a a return to England.
This means Paris Saint-Germain, who are the only other viable target able to afford the midfielder’s reported €2.3 million a month salary, looks his most likely destination if his situation doesn’t improve.
Overall at Barcelona, Coutinho has scored 19 times in 63 matches across all competitions.
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