Coutinho will be able to quickly adapt to the Premier League’s physicality.

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Rodgers excited by Coutinho option

Date: 11th February 2013 at 9:59am
Written by Alex Hams

Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers believes that the arrival of Philippe Coutinho will benefit his squad. The Brazilian joined the Premier League side last month from Inter Milan for a fee of £8.5m, but was unavailable for the club’s recent clash with Manchester City. At just 20-years-of-age, the attacking midfielder is not expected to become a first-team regular straight away, unlike ... Read More

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  • kevinkammien
    1 year ago

    Coutinho will struggle for a starting place at Liverpool. From what I’ve seen of him he at least looks better than Borini, but he has similar attributes. He’s quick, but maybe lacks that blistering pace to change a game.

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