Coutinho is Liverpool’s best player at the moment and is a fan favourite as well. He has dazzled Liverpools supporters with his magical displays. Coutinho joined Liverpool 3 years ago and since then he has had a very positive impact on the team. Coutinho’s performances last season were exceptional and it has drawn attention from some of Europe’s biggest clubs. PSG and Barcelona are said to be interested in the 23-year-old Brazilian star. No Liverpool fan would want Philippe Coutinho to leave and maybe they are right. Here are 3 reasons why we think Coutinho would be crazy to leave Liverpool this summer.
1) The Klopp effect
Klopp has been an inspiration for many players and playing under him is an opportunity which Coutinho should not miss. The number of players who have blossomed under Klopp seems to be increasing by the day. Players like Marco Reus, Robert Lewandowski, Mario Gotze and many more have flourished under Jurgen Klopp and he has a knack of finding talent and developing them and Coutinho is just the sort of player. Coutinho is extremely talented and he has shown what he can bring to any team which he plays. If Philippe Coutinho wants to become a world class player, then Jurgen Klopp is the answer to his questions. Jurgen Klopp can make Coutinho a complete player and also Coutinho is the player around which Jurgen Klopp will build his team. Coutinho has become Liverpool’s main man and along with the likes of Roberto Firmino and Adam Lallana, he can help Liverpool become credible title challengers.
2) Trophies is a Realistic Aim
In the recent times, Liverpool has been criticized for not winning trophies, although the ambitions have always been higher. But since the arrival of Jurgen Klopp, these ambitions seem to have a realistic approach. The Premier League title under Jurgen Klopp is a realistic aim and a top four finish is a compulsion now. There seems to be a revolution taking place at Anfied and Coutinho should take this as an opportunity. Coutinho alone cannot help Liverpool win trophies, but with Jurgen Klopp building his own team, silverwares might be on the cards for Liverpool and Coutinho will play a major role in Liverpool’s title challenge in the coming seasons.
3) Improvement Still Needed
Coutinho is an excellent player, but he still needs improvement in some areas. While performing his defensive duties, Coutinho lacks the conviction. Under Jurgen Klopp, Coutinho will get proper attention and if he joins a club with a greater squad depth, he might not get proper game time and his development might become slow. Coutinho is far from being a finished product, but has the ability to become a world class player, and under Jurgen Klopp he has the chance of achieving great heights.