- Philippe Coutinho is set to be offered to Premier League clubs on loan in the summer
- Man United, Chelsea, Arsenal and Tottenham have all lined up for the Brazilian midfielder
- The 27-year-old is currently on loan at Bayern Munich and no club have made an offer for a permanent deal
Philippe Coutinho is yet to find a club that would rescue his career at Barcelona for a £72milion pricetag placed on him, reports in Spain claim.
This has resulted in top Premier League sides including Manchester United, Arsenal, Chelsea and Tottenham linked to the former Liverpool star.
Barcelona are yet to find a club willing to pay their fixed price for the Brazilian midfielder, according to Spanish news media outfit Marca.
Coutinho joined Barca in January 2018 for £142m but has failed to meet expectations in the promising move from Anfield.
The 27-year-old is currently on loan at Bayern Munich and has fallen out of favour with the club's new boss Hans-Dieter Flick.
And the Bundesliga giants have confirmed that the attacking midfielder will not be signed on a permanent basis despite his nine goals and eight contributions in all competitions this season.
It is understood Barcelona are ready to offer him to another club in a loan deal in the summer, possibly an English top-flight side.
He has ruled out returning to his former club Liverpool, but has attracted interests from a number of Premier League clubs.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Eden Hazard has been put on a strict dietary plan and given personal training regimes as he continues his recovery from injury during his coronavirus quarantine.
Fitness coach Gregory Dupont has now tasked Hazard and other Real Madrid stars to keep themselves 100 per cent fit and ensure they eat properly.
Each player is being given nutritional advice, to ensure they are getting enough protein to maintain muscle mass, as well as vitamins.
Dupont claimed: "You have to live as though you're in Valdebebas [Real's training facility]."
Legit.ng also reported that Willian has been reportedly allowed to return to Brazil to join his family after the midfielder was stranded in London due to the outbreak of the Coronavirus, on Daily Mail.
The 30-year-old was barred from traveling due to the global pandemic with several restrictions placed on residents.
The Sun reports that his constant plea was finally granted on compassionate grounds to join his wife Vanessa Martins and twin daughters Valentina and Manuella.