Liverpool will finally agree to the sale of Philippe Coutinho, providing that Barcelona meet their asking price according to reports in Spain.
Barcelona were heavily linked with a move for the Brazilian last summer in the wake of Neymar’s world record move to Paris Saint-Germain.
However, despite the the player handing in a transfer request, the Reds refused to sell their star player as Jurgen Klopp dig his heels in.
Reports in Spanish publication Mundo Deportivo claim that Liverpool will finally agree to sell the 25-year-old, providing that the La Liga leaders meet their asking price.
The report claims that the asking price that they have set is an incredible £127m (€145m), a move which would make Coutinho the third most expensive player of all time behind Neymar and Ousmane Dembele.
Coutinho has seen the likes of Sadio Mane and Mohammed Salah overtake him in the pecking order this season, with the Brazilian being forced to drop deeper in midfield on occasion. He has scored five goals and provided two assists in 11 appearances this season.