In Football it is believed that history repeats itself. Various things that happened before have coincidentally happened again. There has been a coincidence on the clubs that have sold Philippe Coutinho in recent years. There seems to be a good luck that comes with transferring him to another club.
In 2009 when he was playing for Inter Milan, he joined Vasco Da Gama on loan. Inter Milan ended up winning the UEFA Champions League in 2010.
When he was at Liverpool, the Brazilian winger was sold to Barcelona in 2018 for €135 Million. Liverpool then won the UEFA Champions League in 2019. This was the second confirmation of the lucks that comes with selling him.
Barcelona transfered him on loan to Aston Villa in the 2022 January transfer window then sold him permanently for €20 Million in the 2022 summer transfer window.
The 2022/2023 UEFA Champions League season is set to begin in September 2022. Do you think the same coincidence may happen to them?
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