Barcelona has moved closer to completing a deal for Liverpool attacker Philippe Coutinho after the Brazilian reportedly agreed to personal terms with them.
According to reports in Spain, despite the Reds hard stance on the transfer of the Brazilian, if a suitable offer arrived from the Catalans, Liverpool would be obliged to consider it, and Barcelona is ready to make that Suitable offer.
The Reds rejected a £72 million offer for the Brazilian last week, and Jurgen Klopp insisted that Coutinho was going nowhere, but it appears Barcelona are ready to do whatever it takes to land Coutinho, in hopes that his coming to Spain would stop his friend Neymar from leaving the Nou Camp.
Coutinho signed a new five years deal with Liverpool in January which puts the negotiating power for any transfer in the hands of Liverpool.
Per Spanish sources, Barcelona has sent their representatives to London to try and complete the deal, but it is unclear at the moment if Liverpool would be willing to listen to their offer.
Losing Coutinho could help Liverpool get their number one target, Naby Keita as they would have enough funds to invest in acquiring the Guinean, but the Reds seem to have built their team around him and Klopp would be gutted if the club sold him.