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Should the Brazilian make a further 15 appearances for Barca, the Reds will be entitled to the extra fee.
New Barcelona manager Ronald Koeman is reportedly keen for Coutinho to play a big part of his squad moving forward.
The Serie A champions have all but got their man
The Turin club will pay€3 million up front for the Uruguayan with a further€13 million set to be paid via bonuses.
Liverpool would prefer to keep the Dutch midfielder but would be willing to let him leave if he wanted towith the Reds then expected to push to complete a deal for Thiago.
Smalling is ready to sign a one-year deal with the club but the Italians are still negotiating with the Red Devils with the next few days deemed decisive.