Barcelona midfielder Phillipe Coutinho has been offered to Juventus by his agent, with current club Bayern Munich refusing to sign him on a permanent basis, MySportDab reports.
The 27-year-old is on loan with the Bundesliga club, who have the option to sign him for £100million this summer but with Bayern unwilling to pay the fee, Coutinho will return to Barcelona at the end of the season.
According to Spanish Newspaper Mundo Deportivo, Coutinho’s agent will try to secure a future transfer to either Italy or Paris Saint-Germain.
Mundo Deportivo claims that Juventus were interested in Coutinho last summer, but failed in their attempt after both Paulo Dybala and Gonzalo Higuain remained at the club.
And with Coutinho set to depart Bayern Munich in the coming months, the Brazil international’s representatives is attempting to line up a potential transfer for the summer.
Italian outlet Calciomercato states that both Arsenal and Liverpool are also tempted to seal a Premier League return for the playmaker, with Barcelona likely to demand a fee of around €80million (£68m).
But MySportDab understands the Nou Camp club could accept a lower figure ‘with their eyes closed’.
With Bayern Munich having refused at Coutinho’s valuation, despite paying him £7.2m-a-season, Barcelona are prepared to consider accepting a serious loss on the playmaker.
Coutinho has failed to impress since leaving Liverpool, and has made 18 appearances in the German Bundesliga, scoring six goals and providing six assists.