Reportedly the Bavarians are prepared to spend €120m to make Coutinho stay.
German Bundesliga giants, Bayern Munich will probably sign attacking midfielder Philippe Coutinho permanently from Barcelona, as per Sport.
The Brazil international, who was likewise linked with Juventus in the mid-year, is as of now on loan with the German giants with a choice to make the contract permanent for €120 million.
As per the latest development, Bayern’s hierarchy are satisfied with Coutinho’s impact and are now truly considering to make the deal permanent.
Bayern Munich could break their very own transfer record to make the signing of Philippe Coutinho permanent, according to Diario SPORT. The Brazilian is astonishing while on loan from Barcelona and it does not shock hear that the Bavarians want to keep him.
The biggest issue is the fee. Bayern have not pursued other European giants as far as paying huge transfer charges, and Barca need to recover an enormous bit of the cash they invested in signing Coutinho from Liverpool.
Bayern broke their record over the summer, paying 80 million euros to land Atlético Madrid’s Lucas Hernandez. That’s their only signing above 50 million, despite the fact that it proves they will go higher for the correct man.
The German club has a purchase alternative to make Coutinho’s move permanent for 120 million euros, and SPORT guarantees us they are eager to do only that in the event that he proceeds with his exhibitions. They have already invested 8.5 million as a one-time loan fee.
The Brazilian himself is reportedly cheerful at the club, which has made him recovered his confidence. In any case, different clubs could likewise be prepared to pounce if the Germans would prefer not to pay the full price.
Philippe Coutinho has apparently reinvented himself since his loan move to Bayern Munich. Even Despite the fact that the Brazilian showed up 'not in the most ideal shape', he has been endeavoring to hard to regain his form.
According to rumors from Germany, just as Barcelona-based newspaper Diario Sport, Coutinho is relied upon to proceed at Bayern.