LIVERPOOL have no chance of keeping Philippe Coutinho away from Barcelona.
That’s according to Ian Wright who reckons the Brazilian is destined to strut his stuff at the Nou Camp.
Barca launched repeated bids for Coutinho in the summer. However, the Reds dugs their heels in and refused to part with their prized asset.
Wright reckons an Anfield exit is now inevitable for the former Inter Milan ace though. He told The Sun: “Sorry Liverpool but it’s bye-Philippe Coutinho.
“The better this Brazilian plays, harder it will be for them to keep him out of the clutches of Barcelona.
“Double his money? Double whatever Barcelona offer him? It won’t matter a jot.
“Coutinho wants to go and wants to go to one of the biggest clubs in the world.
“Liverpool couldn’t offer him enough money to get him to stay. Philippe, prove me wrong.”
Liverpool secured a comfortable 4-0 win over Bournemouth on Sunday and Coutinho bagged a wonder goal following a mazy run.
Klopp’s men currently sit fourth in the Premier League table but are a whopping 18 points behind pace-setters Manchester City.