Coutinho declares himself fit to play


Barcelona will reportedly try again to sign Liverpool playmaker Philippe Coutinho and will make a bid of €120 million in January.

Liverpool have this evening been handed positive news regarding the fitness of midfielder Philippe Coutinho, who has declared himself "100% fit" for Brazil's upcoming clash with England.

"I'm always a happy person but right now, my focus is exclusively on the national team and once the match is over, then it will be Liverpool".

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Liverpool's talisman has missed their last three matches with a thigh injury and sat out of Brazil's 3-1 victory over Japan in France on Friday.

"Right now I am extremely happy with my life".

"Every day, I work harder than before to improve myself and become a better all-around footballer", he concluded. Now I feel 100 percent fit. I am honoured to wear this shirt whenever I can.

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That is perhaps part of Liverpool's problem compared with Brazil's, as they lack the personnel to reliably find the net, although Mohamed Salah may soon put that to rest if he can continue his rich vein of form.

Looking ahead to the midweek game, he said: "England will be our first European opponent under Tite".

Liverpool remain determined not to sell one of their star players, but the Daily Star reports that they have looked at possible replacements just in case - including former player Suso.

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However, his recent performances have been fruitless in front of goal, with the forward also firing a blank against Chelsea last Sunday.

The 25-year-old is said to be "desperate" to move to Barcelona, who will return for their transfer target. When asked about Brazil's opponents, Coutinho said he is looking forward to facing the Three Lions as the 1966 World Cup victor will be Brazil's first European opponents under coach Tete's reign.