Although he might be injured and be out of action on the field of play, on-loan Bayern Munich attacker, Philippe Coutinho, recently celebrated his birthday with his wife, Aine, and kids.
The couple has been together since their teenage years. Aine stood by him every step of his career, from his academy days at Vasco da Gama in Brazil to Inter Milan, before securing a move to Liverpool and later to Barcelona.
He took to his Instagram page to celebrate the day and wrote on the beautiful romantic pictures uploaded:
“Feliz dia dos Namorados para minha princesa que sou APAIXONADO! ❤️,” he wrote.
In displaying her affection, Ane wrote in his comment section: “Feliz dia minha visa,” which is translated “Happy day my life.
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The former Liverpool star was looking all excited with the love of his life and his kids as well.
What’s next for Philippe Coutinho?
After Bayern Munich has shown no intention in turning the loan deal from Barcelona into a permanent contract for the Brazilian, Barcelona is reportedly looking for a buyer for him as he found it hard to settle in the star-studded squad after securing a £142million move to the Blaugrana in January 2018, signing a deal until 2023.
Currently recovering from an injury, reports have it that the Brazilian would like a return to the Premier League, where he had a blistering career with Liverpool. Unfortunately, he left the Reds a season before the won the Champions League after many titles had eluded him during his stay at the Merseyside.
Kia Joorabchian, his agent, told talksSPORT that a decision would be made on his future at the end of the season.
He admitted that the creative lad enjoyed his time in England very much.
“If the opportunity arises to come back to the Premier League, whether it be this year or in the future, he’s looking at that,” he added.
How it all began for Philippe Coutinho
Coutinho was born on June 12, 1992, in Rio de Janeiro. He became a good player for his vision, passing, dribbling, and ability to conjure curving long-range strikes.
Inter Milan identified with his prodigious talent while he was with Vasco da Gama’s youth team, and the Italian giant signed him up in 2008 for €4 million. He was subsequently loaned back to Vasco, where he became a key player.
He would return to his parent club in 2010 but was later loaned to La Liga club Espanyol in 2012 after finding it hard to cement a starting line up in the team. He eventually left for Liverpool in January 2013 for £8.5 million, where he flourished and earned himself the nickname “The Magician” from Liverpool fans.
He was rewarded with his performance by being named in the PFA Team of the Year in 2015. He left the Reds, who are now on the brink of winning the Premier League in January 2018, Coutinho for Barcelona for a club-record fee, which made him the world’s second most expensive player.
He made his international debut for Brazil in 2010, before going ahead to win the 2015 Copa América, the Copa América Centenario in 2016 with the team. He also made his World Cup debut at the 2018 FIFA World Cup and scored two goals. He was also named to the FIFA World Cup Dream Team. He also helped Brazil to win the 2019 Copa América on home soil.
Philippe Coutinho’s net worth
The Brazilian earns 11.23 million EUR yearly on his present current deal with Barcelona. But the agreement for the payment of salary between Barcelona and Bayern is not known.
Celebrity net worth reports that Coutinho has a net worth of $60 million.