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After a year of incalculable turbulence for Barcelona, the Catalan club could have done it without starting 2021 in the same vain.
At the end of January, the outcome of the presidential elections will likely determine whether Lionel Messi will stay and many other factors.
Faced with this commotion, Barcelona has issued a statement about its official website Note that Ronald Koeman will now be without the services of Philippe Coutinho for three months after being operated on for a problem in the external meniscus of his left knee.
The Brazilian was believed to be one of the players who exceeded the requirements at the club and therefore the January transfer window presented a perfect opportunity for Barça to cash in and recoup some of their record payout.
That’s no longer a possibility, and by the time Coutinho is back in shape, the Champions League will have restarted, which means he must be at it from the start, something he has not been able to do since his return to Camp Nou.