Souness Commentaries Liverpool and Coutinho
Liverpool football legend Graeme Souness has stated that whether or not Philippe Coutinho’s survival is difficult to win the title.
Now due to a glorious performance last season then a number of top European clubs continue to tempt the retainer of the Brazilian national team to immediately leave Anfield and touted Barcelona most seriously memboyongnya in the transfer market this summer which aims to replace the role of Neymar who decided to join Paris Saint Germain With a transfer value reaching 222 million Euros.
With these records then the former Inter Milan player is likely to leave the Merseyside club, the article of Latin American footballers have a tradition that often change clubs rather than for a long career in a team. Evidently Oscar who previously played for Chelsea prefer to continue his career in CSL, as well as David Luiz in his second period chose to graze again at Stamford Bridge.
Although coach Jurgen Klopp insists he will try hard to keep the 25-year-old and the player has just signed a long-term contract, but Souness feels Phil looks tempted to leave and if the player who has such excellent individual qualities will survive, he believes James Milner Cs will not win the Premier League and Champions League trophy.
“I think Klopp needs to make sure Liverpool challenge the Premier League next season,” Graeme Souness told mediua.
“I think it coincided with to the final stage of the Champions League and one of the domestic cup won which would be a good season for him.
“But I can not see if they will win the Champions League or the Premier League either with Coutinho or not.
“I think Klopp did not sign a lot of players to challenge two major competitions next season.
“And if they lose Philippe Coutinho, they will get big money but maybe on the points of this transfer market, maybe they will spend a lot of money for someone they are not sure will be able to replace it.
“They have to fight to try and keep players but eventually the players will make decisions and for Latin American players, Barcelona will always be their place.”