Liverpool ‘smartest in the class’ for securing €10m transfer, good planning from club

Philippe Coutinho’s outstanding start to the season means he is regularly mentioned in the columns of the Spanish newspapers. The Spanish media believe the Brazilian star is a target for both Barcelona and Real Madrid, and it’s filling plenty of column inches.

The season has just started, but it appears the Liverpool star is a long term target for the Spanish giants, or at least an idea. Spanish newspaper Mundo Deportivo on Sunday further discuss about the future of Coutinho.

They explain how the 24-year-old has become a leader for Liverpool, after the departure of Luis Suarez for Barcelona.

Screen Shot 2016-11-13 at 08.45.50 Mundo Deportivo believe the only way Liverpool can keep Coutinho beyond this season is if they can win a trophy, and make sure the Merseyside club are able to compete among the best.

The Spanish newspaper say Liverpool were ‘smartest in class’ to secure the signing of Coutinho in a €10m deal from Inter, and probably won’t sell him for anything below €60m.

We’re quite certain interested clubs might have to pay much more than €60m if the Brazilian can keep his momentum up throughout the season.

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