Coutinho rules out a move to Manchester United

Coutinho rules out a move to Manchester United

Coutinho rules out a move to Manchester United

Philippe Coutinho will reject a summer move to Manchester United out of respect for his former club Liverpool, according to reports.

However, with an imposed two window transfer ban, Chelsea are unable to move for the 27-year-old.

Premier League side Chelsea had also been linked with Coutinho, but now find themselves embroiled in a transfer ban saga with Federation Internationale de Football Association. Not as intense as the pursuit of Rakitic.

According to French publication L'Equipe on Sunday, PSG will be happy to accept "a large offer" for Neymar, who reportedly believes his future lies away from the Parc des Princes.

Meanwhile, the only obstacle which could block Coutinho from joining Chelsea is about the Blues' transfer ban by Federation Internationale de Football Association as they can't register any player until after two years.

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"But of course, dependent on the transfer-window ban being lifted, which it looks nearly certain not to happen".

Since his move to Barcelona from Liverpool in January 2018, the Brazilian football star has struggled to impress at the Nou Camp.

Coutinho recently returned to Anfield for the first time, as his side famously lost by four goals to nil in the second leg of the Champions League semi final, becoming the first side in the history of the Champions League to crash out at that stage with a three goal advantage from the first leg. This however, has not stopped the rumours of an impending summer exit, with Paris Saint Germain linked as one of those leading the chase, while Chelsea and Manchester United are also keen on the Brazilian attacker.

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