Liverpool consideration…for Philippe Coutinho.

Liverpool has apparently been paid the full price agreed upon by Barcelona and Liverpool in January 2018 for the transfer of Philippe Coutinho.

The 28-year-old joined the Catalan club for an initial cost of £105 million,

with an additional £37 million in add-ons bringing the total sum to £142 million.

According to Barca’s most current economic statistics, Liverpool owed roughly £35.5 million for Coutinho,

but football financial expert Kieran Maguire claims the Reds have finally received the whole sum.

Barcelona officially owes the money to Liverpool, which is why it appears as such in the accounts, but the money is paid,

and Liverpool then sends it to the third party who purchased the debt “The Liverpool Echo quoted Maguire as saying.

Liverpool has received all of the money owing to them for Coutinho, but Barcelona has not.”While this is all standard procedure, there is considerable uncertainty about what will happen if Barcelona defaults on their payments.

How will this affect Liverpool? That would be determined by the terms of the third-party agreement.

Ajax, Valencia, and Atletico Mineiro have all agreed to payments in this manner in the past, involving the trades of Frenkie de Jong,

Neto, and Emerson, all of whom are currently first-team players at Camp Nou.

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