Champions League holders, Liverpool has revealed its decision on re-signing Phillipe Coutinho during the summer transfer window.
The chief executive of the club, Peter Moore, while speaking on the decision of the club noted that the club will not re-sign the winger, because he no longer fits their style of play.
Recall that the Brazilian left Anfield for Barcelona in January 2018, after five years with the Reds.
Upon his arrival at Camp Nou, he struggled to make an impact which made the club decide to loan him out to Bayern Munich.
The 27-year-old has been performing well at Bayern Munich since his arrival at the club.
According to Soccer Laduma, Moore stated that the team has evolved since Coutinho left for Barcelona in 2018.
“When Philippe Coutinho left there was a change, not only to the structure of the team but to the way we played football.”
“If you recall, when he left two years ago, then it was a complete change of style of play and we [hardly] lost a game over the balance of the season.”
“No disrespect to Philippe but he had a different style of play…The money came in and the money we got from Barcelona then helped fund Alisson Becker,” Moore said according to Soccer Laduma.