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What if Coutinho finally stayed?
Turnaround in the Philippe Coutinho case! While the Brazilian was on the undesirable list, absolutely for sale this summer, Barca could change their minds, according to Sport. Indeed, the media wrote this morning that faced with the few courtiers and interests of the former Liverpool player, the Catalans could resign themselves to keeping him. Because to leave, Coutinho must drastically lower his salary so that clubs can want to come and get him. Is he ready to do it? Not sure even if Inter and two English clubs would have come to test the waters for the attacking midfielder. In short, Barça has not finished racking its brains on this issue.
Real draws an offer for Koundé
Currently with the France Team for Euro 2020, Jules Koundé is talking about him on the ground after his average performance against Portugal as a right-back. But the young Frenchman is also making the news on the transfer window. According to Estadio Deportivo, two clubs, Real Madrid and Tottenham, would have drawn a first offer in order to bring the very young international in their ranks next season. This would be € 50 million. They would have been refused by the sporting director Monchi, who judges that Koundé is worth at least 70 M €, even 80, amount of his release clause. You haven’t finished hearing about this soap opera.
Hakimi at PSG, it’s done!
Achraf Hakimi will land well at PSG! The Moroccan right-back will leave Inter in the coming days to reach the French capital. This is The Gazzetta dello Sport which announces this Saturday in one of its edition of the day. The Inter player will join the Parisians against the very large sum of € 65 million. In competition with Chelsea on the file, PSG finally took the upper hand, the Blues having withdrawn, according to the Italian media. It is therefore soon the end of a soap opera which will have lasted a few weeks and which will have held Parisian supporters in suspense. A coup close to the capital, the Moroccan almost went English before finally choosing PSG. Good news for Ligue 1.