PHILIPPE COUTINHO has been hailed as a “class act” by Adam Lallana for flying again to say a last farewell to his previous Liverpool team-mates.
Anfield midfielder Lallana posted a beaming photograph on Instagram of him with Barcelona’s new £145million famous person.
Whereas fellow Kop star Alberto Moreno shared some snaps of himself with Coutinho and their different halves.
Moreno wrote: “Nice to see you once more brother. Thanks for the go to. All the very best.”
Lallana added the message: “Again to say his farewells… a category act this little genius.”
However followers who responded on social media appeared as within the duo’s controversial vogue sense as they have been within the reunion.
Each stars wore tight, ripped denims – Coutinho finishing the look with a cap worn backwards.
Beneath the Instagram snap, one person wrote about Coutinho: “His costume sense is as unhealthy as his sense of loyalty.”
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One other posted: “I’m going to have to offer you boys some cash to purchase new denims.”
A couple of supporters additionally slated Coutinho for his exit however others mentioned Liverpool have been already sorely lacking him.
The Coutinho-less Reds adopted a magical Four-Three residence win over Manchester Metropolis with a 1-Zero loss at backside membership Swansea and a Three-2 FA Cup KO in opposition to strugglers West Brom.
However Liverpool chief Jurgen Klopp is in no rush to interchange the 25-year-old.
The Reds definitely miss Coutinho’s invention simply behind their strikers.
However Klopp has confidence that Roberto Firmino, Sadio Mane and particularly Mohamed Salah can present sufficient targets to make up for the absence of the person who was arguably the Premier League’s finest creator.
In the meantime, West Brom are near prising England hopeful Daniel Sturridge away from Anfield on mortgage for the remainder of the time period.
New Baggies boss Alan Pardew is tipped to tug off maybe the most important shock transfer of the switch window – regardless of Newcastle believing they have been in pole place for the ex-Manchester Metropolis and Chelsea frontman.