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Coutinho: No one knows what will happen in the future

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Philippe Coutinho didn’t rule out his departure from Barcelona.

Rumors appeared on the eve that Chelsea were considering Philippe Coutinho as a replacement for Eden Hazard, who might leave the club in the coming summer.

The footballer himself didn’t rule out his possible return to England.

In an interview with beIN Sports, Coutinho said that he didn’t know what the future held for him. Anything can happen, but at the moment he is completely focused on Barcelona and on how to finish the season successfully. A possible return to England is seen by Coutinho as a good way to continue his career.

The Catalan club bosses are dissatisfied with Coutinho’s game and seriously think about his sale.

Philippe moved to Barcelona from Liverpool for £135 million last summer. The Brazilian has eight goals scored and five assists in 32 matches for Barcelona in this season.

(Reporting by Nathan Dent, editing by Valerie Cooper)

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