FTN: Latest on Philippe Coutinho, Dybala, Eriksen and Morata

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VALENCIA, SPAIN - DECEMBER 16: Philippe Coutinho of FC Barcelona looks on prior to the La Liga match between Levante UD and FC Barcelona at Ciutat de Valencia on December 16, 2018 in Valencia, Spain. (Photo by David Aliaga/MB Media/Getty Images)

Today’s Football Transfer News is providing you with news on Philippe CoutinhoPaulo DybalaChristian Eriksen and Alvaro Morata.

Latest on Philippe Coutinho, Dybala, Eriksen and Morata

Philippe Coutinho in Line For Shock Return?

In what would certainly be a shock, Philippe Coutinho could be in line for a return to the Premier League. However, he would not be returning to Liverpool. Instead, it is rumoured Manchester United are lining up a transfer bid for the Brazillian midfielder.

Coutinho only left Liverpool last January for a reported £142 million. However, he has started just the nine games so far this season. He is also reportedly unsettled in Spain. It would certainly be a shock if it happens, as he was a fan favourite at Anfield.

Dybala to Manchester City?

Argentinian striker Paulo Dybala is attracting interest from three clubs across Europe. Manchester City, Bayern Munich and Paris Saint-Germain are all keen on the Juventus player. Dybala has scored five goals in this year’s Champions League and could be keen on a transfer.

However, it could be an expensive move for City. According to Tuttosport, Juventus are looking to make a £90 million profit on. The Italian side signed him for £28 million in 2015.

Real Madrid Keen on Eriksen?

Last week, we brought you the news that Spurs midfielder Christian Eriksen is reportedly stalling on a new contract. Today it has been reported that Real Madrid are keen to transfer him to the Bernabeu. The Champions League holders are willing to spend £100 million to Eriksen.

It would certainly be a coup for Real Madrid. He would add to their attacking threat and would likely impress in Spain.

Morata To Leave On Loan?

Chelsea are reportedly keen to get rid of striker Alvaro Morata after he has failed to impress at Stamford Bridge. He seems to be in line for a return to Spain as he is set to join Sevilla on loan. Morata has just five goals this year and has struggled for form in his time in England.

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