Liverpool to Take Nike to Court After Wrongly Announcing Philippe Coutinho’s Move to Barcelona
?Liverpool are reportedly set to take Barcelona’s kit manufacturer Nike to court after they ‘wrongly’ announced the transfer of Philippe Coutinho on their website, a blunder which could cost the American company an ‘astronomical’ fee.
The audacious stunt saw Nike display an advert on their official online store on Saturday, which encouraged fans to purchase a Barcelona kit with Coutinho adorned on the back – where the page was subsequently removed within an hour.
BREAKING: ESPN Brazil report that Liverpool will go to court over the fact that Nike, Barcelona’s kit supplier, announced the arrival of Coutinho to Barcelona.
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The constant speculation and confidence from the Barcelona camp has stirred Liverpool into action as they are set to demand an ‘astronomical’ fee from their kit suppliers – who also sponsor Coutinho – in court due to their ‘carelessness’ – as per
Liverpool will demand an astronomical fee for Philippe Coutinho if any deal is to be reached in January, after Nike’s marketing blunder pic.twitter.com/aHsQkOjB71
— PurelyFootball UK (@PurelyFootball) January 1, 2018