Barca To Pay Liverpool Extra €5m After Coutinho Won The UCL For Another Team

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Barcelona to pay Liverpool an amount of €5m (£4.5m) since Philippe Countinho won the Champions League with Bayern Munich on Sunday.
Coutinho came in as a second-half substitute  defeating Paris Saint-Germain 1-0 in Lisbon, Portugal.

The Brazilian who is on loan at Bayern, moved to Barca from Liverpool for a fee around £142m in 2018.

After failing to impress with the LaLiga side, he moved to the Bundesliga team, where he helped them win a Treble this season.


Coutinho scored twice against his parent club, Barcelona, during the 8-2 win last Friday.

The deal to sign Coutinho from Liverpool included a number of potential add-on clauses which are player-specific.

One of those clauses was that Barca would pay Liverpool €5m if the 26-year-old won the Champions League in either the 2018/2019 or 2019/2020 season, but it does not specify that it had to be while playing for them. has local correspondents across the globe who are behind the incredible journalism our portal enjoys.