Coutinho appears to be rather uncertain about his Barca future
- After a streak of unconvincing performances, Phillipe Coutinho has been linked with a Premier League return
- He's allegedly being followed by the likes of Man United and Chelsea
- The 26-year-old doesn't seem to be much confident about his future in Catalunya
"Nobody knows what will happen in the future," Coutinho told beIN SPORTS after the Sevilla win.
"All I have in my head right now is to work hard."
Phillipe joined Barcelona from Liverpool on a record £142 million fee last January, helping the team to the La Liga and Copa del Rey in less than a half a year. Things have changed drastically for the player as he has experienced a U-turn in fortunes - the 26-year-old faces some serious struggles in keeping his place in the starting XI.
The Brazilian's weak performances during the current campaign have jeopardized his future at Camp Nou and drew the attention of the likes of Man United and Chelsea who appear to be interested in the services of ex-Liverpool player.
His recent showing vs Sevilla, which saw Barcelona winning the tie 6-3 on aggregate and qualifying for the semifinals of Copa del Rey yesterday appears to be a sign of recovery and still gives the Brazilian some hope of reinstating himself at Camp Nou.