Brazilian playmaker Philippe Coutinho is still seeking to force the move to Barcelona, according to reports.
The player is pained that Liverpool did not agree to the move before the deadline lapsed. If Coutinho moves to the Nou Camp, he would play a central role behind Lionel Messi and recently acquired Ousmane Dembele while taking over from Andres Iniesta.
Coutinho is 26 years but he could play top level attacking football in Spain for the next four to five years. He wants the dream move; he sees himself there but Anfield doesn’t want him to exit. There are reports that the player might exclude himself from Champions League football duties with the hope of joining Barcelona in January.
Barca made three bids for the player but Jurgen Klopp and the Liverpool owners FSG refused to accept even when the player handed a transfer request. Both clubs have had a public spat on why the deal collapsed but the player remains a Red. Continue reading “COUTINHO STILL SETTING SIGHTS ON BARCELONA MOVE”
It’s always nice to see Footballers do something for the welfare of the people.
One such occasion was yesterday at Atanasio Girardot Sports Complex when some of the biggest names in the game took the pitch to play a friendly game to raise funds for the charity organisation of the Colombian winger Juan Cuadrado.
The game took place between Pogba XI and Cuadrado XI and eventually it was the former which ended up as the winners by a fair margin of 3 goals, but, the result was totally irrelevant. The game was more about having fun for both the spectators and the players and everybody indeed had great fun right through the course of the contest.
Pogba was the most famous name on display and majority of the spectators had gathered in the anticipation of a great show from him. While the French star was not bad on the field, it was actually his sibling who stole the real limelight. Continue reading “Atanasio Girardot Sports Complex saw Biggest Name in Football History”