The Brazilian is now on loan at Bayern Munich but Barcelona still owe the Reds €94million.
AS claim that Barcelona have release annual financial reports which indicate how much they currently owe to other football clubs with their debt to Liverpool still standing at €94million (£83.3m).
While he might not be back at Liverpool, the former Red is back to his brilliant best after his move to Bayern Munich as he is finally playing centrally again after two seasons of being shunted onto the left wing to accommodate others at Barcelona.
Until the season started, I genuinely believed that the Reds would come unstuck without a new forward and was very disappointed when it emerged that Nicolas Pepe would be joining Arsenal instead.
The same applied to Coutinho but eight Premier League games and 24 points later it’s once again clear why Jurgen Klopp will always know better.
Liverpool will drop points at some point and the law of averages suggests it will be soon but it really does seem like something special is in the works for the Reds.