Coutinho declaration puts him on another collision course with Liverpool

Coutinho declaration puts him on another collision course with Liverpool

Coutinho declaration puts him on another collision course with Liverpool

PHILIPPE COUTINHO has claimed he has no desire to move to Barcelona and is "very happy" at Liverpool.

The Brazil worldwide was the subject of a transfer battle between the Reds and the Catalan giants in August, putting in a transfer request to try to force a move to Camp Nou.

Brazil eased to a 3-1 win over Japan on Saturday with first-half goals from Neymar, Marcelo and Gabriel Jesus putting the game out of sight well before the break before they eased off the throttle, Tite making a number of changes before Japan grabbed a second-half consolation.

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Reports suggest Barcelona will come calling for Coutinho, once again.

However, Coutinho insists he is not letting the ongoing transfer saga effect his focus, which for now sits with Brazil ahead of Tuesday's friendly worldwide against England.

Liverpool have this evening been handed positive news regarding the fitness of midfielder Philippe Coutinho, who has declared himself "100% fit" for Brazil's upcoming clash with England. "I had an injury and I missed three matches but now I'm coming back and I'm 100 percent ready for this match".

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"Every day, I work harder than before to improve myself and become a better all-around footballer".

"I'm always happy. At the moment I am very happy with my life". "We are looking forward to competing against them", he said. When asked about Brazil's opponents, Coutinho said he is looking forward to facing the Three Lions as the 1966 World Cup victor will be Brazil's first European opponents under coach Tete's reign.

However, the 25-year-old said is happy playing in the Premier League at Anfield.

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