Coutinho moves to Vasco da Gama on loan

Brazilian club Vasco da Gama announced today, Wednesday, the signing of Philippe Coutinho on a season-long loan from English club Aston Villa.

And it was Brazilian starThe 32-year-old returned to Villa last month after a loan spell with Qatari club Al Duhail, but has returned to his home country and the club where he began his football career for a new loan, the club announced on its official accounts.

The player began his career with the youth teams of Vasco da Gama from 1999 until 2008 when he moved from the under-17 team to Inter Milan for 3.8 million euros.

A wonderful tribute from Vasco da Gama to Philippe Coutinho

The Brazilian team announced the deal with a touching video showing previous footage and photos from his first spell with the team, accompanied by a beautiful phrase, saying: “Memories… Memories are reports that someone makes based on historical events in which they participated or witnessed, and nothing is better than an entire generation of fans talking about this long-awaited moment.”

Coutinho deal reveal video

“Everyone already knows, the magician is back,” the club said in another video announcing the deal officially.

For his part, Coutinho expressed his joy at returning to his former club again, saying: Statement “It’s a great feeling of happiness, joy and anxiety. I’ve lived abroad for a long time, so I really feel like I’m coming home, to the place where I grew up, to the place I love, to the club I love,” he wrote on his official website. “Everyone in my family knows how happy I am and they’re all happy to be back.”

Brazilian Philippe Coutinho after the end of his loan with Al-Duhail of Qatar and Vasco da Gama club is negotiating to sign him One One winwin X:iDark4K

It is worth noting that the former Brazilian international moved to European stadiums via Inter Milan in 2008, then moved on loan to Espanyol, before Liverpool signed him in 2013 and he appeared in the best version of his career over the course of 5 years.

The skilled star then moved to Barcelona in a record deal worth 135 million euros, but the player’s level declined sharply after that and injuries struck him, so he went on two loans with Bayern Munich and Aston Villa, before the latter signed him permanently for 20 million euros.

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