Philippe Coutinho’s career has taken a shocking path since his departure from Liverpool. Coutinho joined Barcelona in the 2018 winter transfer market, ending his long stay at Liverpool. The Brazilian international, unfortunately, failed to shine at Camp Nou, which led the 26-time Spanish champions to send him on loan to FC Bayern Munich in the summer of 2019. The former Internazionale and Vasco da Gama playmaker has scored eight goals in 22 Bundesliga appearances this season. Despite that, Bayern aren’t looking convinced to sign Coutinho. Chelsea and Manchester United have shown interest in the 27-year-old. However, his market value can make the job of the English sides hard in the 2020 summer transfer market.