Eden Hazard: 'Philippe Coutinho move bad for Premier League'

Postado Janeiro 14, 2018

Jurgen Klopp has challenged his men to be courageous as Liverpool look to end Manchester City's unbeaten run in the Premier League today.

"When Philippe Coutinho arrived at Barcelona, he also showed off his rather freakish taste in jeans", she wrote in her column for The Sun.

Liverpool are understood to have opened talks with RB Leipzig in an attempt to bring forward Naby Keita's arranged transfer.

Coach Jurgen Klopp said he has a thigh injury.

After putting pen to paper on a five-and-a-half-year deal at the Nou Camp, which will see him earn around £12m-a-year, Coutinho said: 'I'm very, very happy.

"We want to try to be the best".

He explained: "If anybody would say afterwards it's because he didn't fight enough, they will never know 100 per-cent all the information".

"We don't have to replace him as such, we will still have 11 players". His ability to find the back of the net from a distance has proved invaluable to Liverpool over the past fw seasons, and Barcelona could even reap the benefits of his powerful shooting ability even more as Coutinho is likely to find himself with more goalscoring opportunities than he had in the Premier League.

"I'm always trying to think of songs for players and I love music from the 60s and 70s so maybe another absolute tune from that kinda time", said Kevin.

'I have always said that it is a dream that I am living and I am very happy to be here. 'It's bad for the Premier League because he's one of the best players in the league.

Recently acquired Liverpool midfielder Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain feels that the exit of Philippe Coutinho will not affect the club.

The management blocked his move and Jurgen Klopp urged him to serve for at least this campaign as he constructed his side around the Brazilian.

The likes of Antoine Griezmann, Christian Pulisic, Julian Brandt, Alexis Sanchez, Isco and Mesut Ozil have all been linked as ambitious candidates.

"You can't think, 'What are we going to do now Phil isn't here?' When Phil didn't play in some games we still played great football".

"You know I'm not a manager who goes to the owners and counts the money and says "look, this is what we've got, this is what we've spent, now we need that".

"We will get all the money", Klopp is quoted as saying by the Liverpool Echo.

Simply put, you just can't keep anybody that doesn't want to stay, and Coutinho longed for his dream move to Barca since the summer. Since I've been in nobody told me "no way". Oxlade-Chamberlain said that the Reds played good football even when Coutinho did not play. That was the problem, it was really late.