Barcelona deny any obligation to pay Liverpool £5m after Philippe Coutinho won Champions League with Bayern Munich

Barcelona deny any obligation to pay Liverpool £5m after Philippe Coutinho won Champions League with Bayern Munich

Philippe Coutinho has won UEFA Champions League with Bayern Munich after he was sold to Barcelona from Liverpool and loaned to Bayern as the clause in his contract states that Barca must pay a remaining fee of £4.4 million to Liverpool, but only if Coutinho return to Barcelona and makes 15 more appearances.

According to Mirror, LFC will net £4.4m from Coutinho’s UCL win if he returns to FCB, Mirror Sport reports

Brazil international Philippe Coutinho was sold to Barcelona by Liverpool and paid for in installments, then loaned to Bayern Munich, the team in which the midfielder has now won a Champions League title with. A clause in his contract states that Barcelona must now pay a remaining fee of £4.4m to Liverpool, but only if Coutinho “returns to Barcelona and makes 15 more appearances”,

“Barcelona paid £142,000,000 for Coutinho only for him to be loaned to Bayern Munich to win the treble and help knock Barcelona out en route to doing so.”

“Barcelona now have to pay Liverpool £5m in add ons as Coutinho has won the Champions League 😂 ”

Bayern Munich may sign Philippe Coutinho permanently which will deny Barcelona from paying the remaining £5m contract fee.

According to the contract clause that if the Brazil international Philippe Coutinho returns to Barcelona and makes 15 more appearances then they have to pay the remaining £5m fee to Liverpool but if he sign permanently with Bayern Munich Barca might not pay it.

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