Rivaldo says “Coutinho would be ideal for Barça”

Previous Barcelona star Rivaldo has sponsored Philippe Coutinho to join the Spanish champions from Liverpool.

Coutinho has bloomed into one of the Head Alliance’s finest abilities since joining from Bury for an announced £8.5milllion in January 2013.

The 24-year-old has frequently been connected with a move to Camp Nou, regardless of him being contracted to Liverpool until 2020 and an open request from chief Jurgen Klopp that he won’t be sold.

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Be that as it may, Rivaldo, twice a Liga champ with Barca, thinks marking Coutinho to interface up with kindred Brazil forward Neymar would be a wise move.

“As I would see it, he’s an extraordinary player and a player who knows Neymar well,” he told Sky Sports . “I think they are both companions – players who emerge.

“I imagine that this exchange may happen on the grounds that Barcelona is continually going to pull in the best, would it say it isn’t?

“He is one of the players who emerges and I trust that this exchange – on the off chance that he goes to Barcelona – would be something to be thankful for Barcelona without a doubt.

“He is a player who might help Barcelona. Obviously, Barcelona is a major club, yet with a player like him, it would be a major offer assistance.”

Rivaldo went ahead to concede that he could without much of a stretch have been attracted to the Chinese Super Group as a player given the budgetary advantages on offer.

Carlos Tevez touched base in China this week in the wake of consenting to join Shanghai Shenhua on an agreement apparently worth £615,000 seven days, while Rivaldo’s comrade Oscar is said to gain near £400,000 seven days at Shanghai SIPG.

Oscar’s previous Chelsea colleague Diego Costa has additionally been vigorously connected with a lucrative CSL switch taking after a supposed column with supervisor Antonio Conte.

“Players in that circumstance consider their future isn’t that right? About their kids and about their family,” said Rivaldo.

“It’s an exceptional open door for a player. Obviously, he [Costa] is as of now in a major club, yet this is a remarkable open door and players will dependably consider the individual side of things.

“Similarly as the club, you know, the club should offer… when they are offered that much cash, a club will surely offer a player.

“Along these lines, it’s the same for the player. Furthermore, I earnestly feel that I would tranquilly go to China.”