Some good news as Coutinho saves Barcelona a few million euros

Following Barça's exit at the hands of Liverpool, it means the club doesn't need to pay any extra bonuses to the Brazilian's former club

Philippe Coutinho marcó el tercer gol del Barça ante el United con un gran disparo desde fuera del área que se coló por la escuadra de la portería de De Gea | MEDIAPRO

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It's been a season to forget for Philippe Coutinho but he actually has some good news for Barça. Following the team's exit at the hands of Liverpool in the Champions League semi final, it means they won't need to hand over any extra money to the English team this year.

If Barça had got through and went on to win the competition they would've needed to hand over a bonus payment of 5.23m euros. Now that isn't the case it's money that can be used to strengthen the squad which, ironically, might include replacing Coutinho.

However Liverpool won't care too much as they'll pocket around 15m euros for reaching the final and, if they beat Tottenham, more than 19m.

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