Things have been pretty disastrous for Philippe Coutinho ever since he left Liverpool back in 2018.
The Brazilian joined Barcelona in a "dream" £142million transfer in the January window, but quickly found himself falling down the pecking order at an alarming rate.
He was sent on loan to Bayern Munich for the season in the hope the German giants would splash out €120million to sign him permanently at the end of the campaign.
The Bundesliga champions do not believe Coutinho to be worth the outlay, meaning the Brazilian will be returning home to Barcelona in a few months, none the wiser as to what the future has in store for him.
A move back to the Premier League has been mooted, and the talented midfielder isn't short of suitors in the English top flight.
In recent months Manchester United,Arsenal,Chelsea,Tottenham, and Everton have all been linked with signing Coutinho.
Liverpool are also perpetually linked with their former talisman, but Coutinho heading back to Anfield seems highly unlikely.
According to reports from Spanish publication Sport, Barcelona are looking to send Coutinho out on loan again next season.
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