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PSG make world record bid for former Liverpool ace, Coutinho
10 July 2018, 07:16 | Henrietta Morgan
The pair clashed last season over penalty taking duties and it is believed that the 26-year-old would rather see Cavani leave.
The French giants are yet to contact Barca directly, but Mundo Deportivo (h/t Sport Witness' Naveen Ullal) reported one of Coutinho's agents has been alerted to the prospect of a potential new world-record deal.
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But according to Mundo Deportivo, Barcelona, at this current time, are not willing to let go of Coutinho, who scored two goals, made two assists and was one of Brazil's standout players at the World Cup in Russian Federation.
Rumours have been swirling all summer about Neymar's future amid links to both Real Madrid and Manchester United, although he will supposedly remain a PSG player next year according to AS (via Daily Mirror).
PSG remain at the centre of an investigation by UEFA after they spent nearly £400m on Neymar and Kylian Mbappe last summer.
Coutinho starred in Brazil's 2018 FIFA World Cup campaign that ended this weekend in the quarter-final and PSG's cheeky move will no doubt strain the relationship between the two club's even further after the highly publicised Neymar debacle in August a year ago.
Boosting the club's coffers would be the most obvious reason for Barcelona to sell their new star man.
PSG were hoping that it could've taken place had France faced Brazil in the World Cup semi-final on Tuesday evening, but Neymar and his nation were knocked out by Belgium. And in any case, PSG would first need to submit the offer with the club and not just the player's representation before any negotiations could commence.
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