The Brazilian worldwide had wished to leave Anfield during the summer and handed in a transfer request in order to force through a move to Barcelona.
"I want to be as long as possible in the elite as I am here in Barcelona, but you never know".
Nevertheless, with the personal terms said to be agreed, it's now down to Liverpool's owner FSG being kind enough to agree a fee with Barcelona.
Liverpool didn't succumb to Barcelona's advances with Coutinho staying at Anfield.
With the winter transfer window soon approaching, the saga revolving around Coutinho is taking a new turn every day.
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"Coutinho is a player who has ambition, And any player would want to come to Barcelona", Suarez told Mundo Deportivo.
"Despite trying to leave Liverpool he continued as one more helping the team and working".
Coutinho has asked Liverpool and his representatives to ignore any offers that come from PSG.
That eye-watering sum of money would be tempting to FSG, but Coutinho is such a special player that replacing him (even with that much to spend) will be incredibly tricky.
"No player has retired at Barca because it is very hard and very complicated".
'He is a footballer, who today, plays at a very high level'.