Liverpool chairman Tom Werner has got a lot to say about the summer transfer plans of the club and most importantly the exit of Brazilian International Philippe Coutinho from the club.
Philippe Coutinho had forced his way out of Anfield for a big-money move to Spanish La Liga side Barcelona. It is now obvious that the move was a bad decision as he is now seeking a way out of the club.
Tom Werner revealed that the Brazilian international was earlier warned but he refused, noting that the bone of contention was the Champions League.
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According to him, the Brazilian international was warned that the club was also on the course of becoming a big team that will play one of the biggest games in the Champions League, especially stressing that they have got a great manager that can help achieve their dreams.
However, Tom Werner boasts that Liverpool is now a big club that can sign or retain the biggest players in the world with their recent success.
Howbeit, Tom Werner will hope that his team secure a win in the UEFA Champions League final on Saturday against their English Premier League rivals Tottenham so as to further stamp their stance as a big team.