Many Liverpool fans on Twitter have been hoping for the return of Philippe Coutinho after it was revealed he has given the green light to Barcelona in regards to a loan move to Anfield.
Reports state that the Merseyside club could take the Brazillian on a two-year-loan with an option to buy.
The Brazilian midfielder was at Liverpool for five years before making the switch to Camp Nou where he has since struggled.
The former Inter man was a star under Brendan Rodgers and Jurgen Klopp, as he scored a number of long-range screamers which caught the eye of the Spanish giants.
While Coutinho’s career has come to a standstill the Reds have gone from strength to strength. They won the Champions League last season and were within touching distance of securing their first Premier League title.
Now Liverpool could turn towards their former star in a bid to improve their squad even further, and it seems that the fanbase would accept his return with open arms.
Here’s what the Anfield faithful have been saying on Twitter.
I will take him back straight away
— Edy Shambas (@EdyShambas) July 15, 2019
Stop being fickle fellow Liverpool fans. Coutinho was and will always be a loss to us. If we get him back, then we also get that sweet right foot which has won us many games. Come home @Phil_Coutinho #lfc
— Nahim (@n_rash5) July 15, 2019
Delusional if you say you wont have him back because of salah and mane they cant play every week every min it’s a squad game these days and he would add more quality and Liverpool fans know it
— Dave Giles (@davegiles1983) July 15, 2019
Think he’s learned the grass ain’t always greener on the other side and he’s defo not got the love from the Barcelona fans that he did from Liverpool’s so if there is a chance of him coming back even on loan id definitely snap him up ????????????
— Vinchenzo ????????????????????⚽????????✌️ (@vw_vinchenzo) July 15, 2019
— Adam Hart (@adamhartlfc1) July 15, 2019
I’m on my knees, please come back Magician????????
— Kai ???????? (@lfcnine) July 15, 2019
In a heartbeat.
— Lee Mullin (@LeeMull3) July 15, 2019
Yes! No debate needed.
— Fraser McFarland (@McFarlandFraser) July 15, 2019