Philippe Coutinho is in the last stretch of his recovery session. He's popular inside the Catalans club and his representatives are mindful to any proposition that come through regarding any transfer. In the event that a move away doesn't happen as expected, his presence at the Camp Nou isn't precluded.
In the wake of passing up Wijnaldum, Barça are taking a gander at different players to support their midfield with either Gravenberch (19), Merino (24) and Fabián (25) are among the alternatives.
Also per reports Ronald Koeman is very optimistic that he needs to really strengthen his team's midfield area and he needs to buy a player with physique and great ability on the ball.
FC Barcelona also truly trust in the youngster Gonzalez Nico and this youngster might get a chance to prove himself to Ronald Koeman during the upcoming pre-season matches ahead.
Reports coming in is that Netherlands have confirmed that their midfielder and also a player for Manchester United will miss Euro 2020 through an injury.
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