Philippe Coutinho is facing three options if he’s to leave Barcelona this summer.
Sport says Barcelona will allow Coutinho to complete a permanent transfer away from the Camp Nou if they can recoup £80million.
The report adds that due to the potentially huge financial implications of the coronavirus pandemic, the Catalan giants may be willing to drop this figure to as little as £65m.
The second option available to Coutinho is he’s allowed to remain on loan at Bayern Munich for another season.
The final option is he’s allowed to go out on loan to another club, however unlike Bayern, this side will be obliged to put up the cash and make the deal permanent at the end of the season.
Chelsea and Newcastle United are among Premier League clubs in contact with Coutinho’s minders.