Phillippe Coutinho has opened up on his return to Barcelona after his Champions League triumph against Paris Saint-Germain.

The Brazilian attacking midfielder is due to make a return to Camp Nou after his loan spell with Bayern Munich, the former Inter Milan star confirmed that his future is up in the air upon the completion of his loan spell at the Allianz Arena.

“Of course, I have to go back to Barcelona and then we’ll see what happens,” Coutinho explained in an interview with Movistar+ after Sunday’s final.


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“I haven’t really thought about it much, I’ve only been focused on the final.
“What I can say is that I really want to work hard to have a great year, but let’s see what happens.”

Coutinho takes a Champions League winner’s medal back to the Camp Nou with him, which will somewhat make up for the pain felt by the fact Liverpool had won the trophy just after he left.

“We had a great season and we are very happy,” he added.
“We’ve deserved this and it’s a special feeling.

“I’m finding it hard to describe, I’m very happy and we are going to enjoy this a lot today.”

PSG missed their chances, whilst Bayern Munich was more reliable in possession, and Coutinho believes it was only small details which took his team to the trophy.
“Finals are always like this,” he said.

“They are defined by the smallest of details.
“We have controlled our emotions and now we are champions.”
The Brazilian ace scored a brace against his parent club in the 8-2 defeat in the quarter-finals stage of the competition.

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