Nightmare for Liverpool, again
Monday morning will be rough for Liverpool fans.
The Reds were blown off the pitch at Wembley on Sunday as Tottenham beat Jurgen Klopp’s men 4-1.
All four of Tottenham’s goals upset Klopp, as Liverpool’s defence looked awful on each occasion.
When will Liverpool solve their backline? Why is this broken record still playing?
And staying with Liverpool’s broken records, Spanish paper Mundo Deportivo splash their paper on Monday morning with a never-ending transfer rumour: Philippe Coutinho may leave Anfield to join Barcelona.
Barcelona scout Robert Fernandez
It’s been a busy few days for Barcelona scout Robert Fernandez.
Last Tuesday, Robert Fernandez was reportedly spotted in the crowd as Real Madrid drew with Tottenham in the Champions League.
According to reports in the Spanish media, three Spurs players were listed as possible Barcelona targets. Those players were Harry Kane, Christian Eriksen and Davinson Sanchez.
Interestingly, Barcelona scout Robert Fernandez was also spotted at Man United’s 1-0 win over Benfica last week too.
Could the Catalans make a move for Anthony Martial?
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— FC Barcelona France (@FranceFCB) October 22, 2017
Back to Philippe Coutinho
On Monday, report Mundo Deportivo, Barcelona scout Robert Fernandez was at Wembley to see the Spurs-Liverpool game.
But rather than suggesting the scout was following up on looking at Tottenham players, MD believe Barca are still glued on Liverpool’s Philippe Coutinho.
The headline on the front page says “Coutinho open door”.
Mundo Deportivo’s main story is that Jurgen Klopp is no longer ruling out the sale of Coutinho.
Moreover, MD say Klopp will no longer deny the existence of a deal between Liverpool-Coutinho which would allow him to leave for the Camp Nou.
The narrative from MD is clear: Coutinho to Barcelona is back on.
If true, Barcelona will surely have to more 120 million euros on the Brazilian playmaker.