Spanish giants have revealed the transfer fee they are willing to take from Manchester United for Brazilian attacking midfielder Philippe Coutinho. Reports emerged earlier in the month linking the Red Devils with the Brazilian midfielder, who has fallen out of favour with Ernesto Valverde at the Camp Nou.

According to reports the Catalonia club will allow the transfer if Manchester United offers €100 million for the former Liverpool and Inter Milan player.

However, Journalist in his statement for media handle ESPN has suggested that there is a little likelihood that the transfer will take place during the January transfer window.

Amoyal said: “After falling behind Ousmane Dembele in coach Ernesto Valverde’s pecking order, Coutinho is reportedly unhappy with the reduced playing time.

“This situation seems to be of great interest to Manchester United , who reportedly already sent out feelers to assess the feasibility of a deal and to make their interest manifest to the player’s agents.

“However, a deal looks rather unlikely in January, since the Blaugrana would want more than €100 million to even consider the departure of the crown jewel of their transfer campaign last winter.”

Coutinho featured for the Catalonia club in their last two games, , but had previously been limited to just two starts between December 2 and January 6.