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09:30 UPDATE: Why Coutinho quit Liverpool

Philippe Coutinho decided to leave Liverpool last year because he didn’t feel valued enough by manager Jurgen Klopp.

The Athletic claim Coutinho chose to leave Liverpool because he wanted to be Klopp’s main man.

The Bayern Munich star left Anfield in January 2018 to make a much-anticipated move to Barcelona in a £142million deal.

Coutinho subsequently struggled to adapt to life at the La Liga champions, and secured a season-long loan move to Bayern this week.

But the Brazilian may have decided to stay at Liverpool last year if he were made to feel more valued, sources close to the player have claimed.

09:10 UPDATE: Barcelona make Neymar offer

Barcelona have made an offer for PSG talisman Neymar.

Spanish newspaper Mundo Deportivo claim Barcelona want to take the Brazil international on loan for two seasons then make the deal permanent.

Barcelona will pay a hefty loan fee each season Neymar is back at the Nou Camp.

Signing the forward on loan would allow Barcelona to save enough cash to complete the deal in 2021.

08:45 UPDATE: How Man Utd affect Neymar deal

Manchester United have played a part in the Neymar saga this summer.

ESPN say United refusing to sell Paul Pogba to Real Madrid has resulted in the Spanish giants upping their interest in Neymar.

Real are hoping to beat Barcelona to the forward this summer.

Neymar is keen to quit PSG and return to La Liga, with the Nou Camp his dream destination.

08:20 UPDATE: Arsenal exit

Arsenal boss Unai Emery is ready to sell Shkodran Mustafi before the European transfer deadline.

Mustafi has finally fallen out of favour after three years at the Emirates that have been dogged by poor form.

While injuries to other players meant he made 30 Premier League appearances for Unai Emery’s team last season, the arrival of David Luiz has pushed him to the fringes.

A report from Forza Roma claims Roma will look to take him on loan initially with the option to make the deal permanent for around £20million in the future.

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