The transfer window is currently on a high note, as various premier league teams are signing up some of their target players from different leagues in Europe.
The big clubs in the English soil haven't made any big names signings, the likes of Newcastle and Aston villa are most busy in the market. The latest news from Villa park according to Italian sports journalist Fabrizio Romano, Phillipe Coutinho is joining Aston villa on loan from Barcelona until the end of the season with a possibility of making the deal permanent.
Villa will pay the main part of his salary and the loan fees, since the agreement was reached today in the morning. The Brazilian joined the Spanish giants from Liverpool in 2018 at a whooping transfer record fee of 150 million pounds.
It's believed the good relationship between him and his former teammate at Anfield and current Aston villa coach Steve Gerrard, convinced Coutinho to move back to the Premier league.
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