Barcelona unable to sign Liverpool players for the following two seasons
As per Spanish radio station Cadena Ser, Barcelona concurred not to sign any Liverpool player, except if the Anfield side are in concurrence with the move, or a total of three seasons as part of the transfer of Coutinho to the Camp Nou.
The English club were resolute on the condition, of which one season has now passed, which means Barcelona can’t sign Liverpool players for another two seasons.
Coutinho joined Barcelona for 160 million euros
Coutinho marked for Barcelona on 6 January 2018 after a long exchange fight with Liverpool. Barça spent 160 million euros for the Brazilian, who signed to 2023, with a 400 million buy-out clause.
The player’s landing in the Camp Nou put a conclusion to a cleanser musical drama that began in August 2017, soon after Neymar had moved to PSG for 222 million euros.
Coutinho at long last constrained move to Barcelona
That late spring, Liverpool declined to enable the player to move, although the final deal was very similar to what the Premier League club finally accepted in the winter, and even with the player’s rehashed solicitations to be allowed to leave.
Klopp anyway stood firm and Coutinho was compelled to play the main portion of 2017-18 season for Liverpool, meaning he was unable to play in the Champions League for Barcelona once he had moved.