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Philippe Coutinho cut to 6-4 to join Barcelona

Philippe Coutinho has been cut into 6-4 (from 3-1) by leading bookmaker Coral to join Barcelona this morning following a flurry of bets for the Brazilian to make the move to the Catalan club, while he is now out to 1-2 (from 1-5) to remain at Anfield.

Arsenal are 2-1 (from 5-2) to secure the services of Monaco midfielder Thomas Lemar before the window shuts next week, while defending champions Chelsea are also prominent in the betting at 2-1 to capture Riyad Mahrez from Leicester.

“The money has returned again for Coutinho joining Barcelona which may suggest a fourth bid could be imminent from the Catalan club for the Brazilian,” said Coral’s John Hill.

“We’ve seen interesting money for Arsenal moving for Thomas Lemar before the window shuts, while the odds suggest Riyad Mahrez could still make a move to Chelsea as the Blues are the prominent in the betting to sign the Algerian,” added Hill.

*Coral’s transfer specials

**Ross Barkley’s club after the summer transfer window
1-2 Everton, 11-8 Tottenham,, 16 Arsenal, Newcastle, Manchester United

**Philippe Coutinho’s club after the summer transfer window
1-2 Liverpool, 6-4 Barcelona, 10 PSG, 20 AC Milan, Real Madrid, 25 Bayern Munich, Juventus

**Danny Drinkwater’s club after the summer transfer window
4-6 Chelsea, 11-10 Leicester

**Thomas Lemar’s club after the summer transfer window
4-7 Monaco, 2 Arsenal, 9-4 Barcelona, 25 Tottenham

**Riyad Mahrez’s club after the summer transfer window
8-11 Leicester, 2 Chelsea, 5 Roma, Tottenham, 8 Liverpool

**Kylian Mbappe’s club after summer transfer window
1-6 PSG, 3 Monaco, 8 Real Madrid, 10 Manchester City, 12 Barcelona,

**Danny Rose’s club after the summer transfer window
1-7 Tottenham, 11-4 Manchester United, 8 Chelsea, 12 Manchester City, Liverpool

**Alexis Sanchez’ club after the summer transfer window
2-7 Arsenal, 11-4 Manchester City, 4 PSG, 16 Barcelona

**Luke Shaw’s club after the summer transfer window
1-8 Manchester United, 3 Tottenham, 10 Everton, 12 Newcastle, 16 Southampton

**Virgil van Dijk’s club after the summer transfer window
4-6 Southampton, 11-8 Liverpool, 4 Chelsea, 14 Manchester City