In Barcelona, the first squad, to which Coutinho belonged until this summer, announced on Monday a cut of 70% in the months in which the Alarm State lasts, extended by the government until April 11. This cut is less than that applied by Bayern players since in Bercelona they forgive enough salary as the months progress but not an annual cap already set as they have done in Germany. Phillipe Coutinho is one of the names on the FC Barcelona start list. The Brazilian went on loan to Bayern this season in exchange for 8.5 million euros and the Bavarians decided to take care of all the salary, thus alleviating the salary mass of the Blaugrana, who are looking for a definitive exit from the midfielder in the next market. Now, with the break due to the coronavirus pandemic, Coutinho is among the most affected at the salary level. In Barcelona he signed one of the highest contracts in the squad for which he receives between eleven and thirteen million euros a year, which now for Bayern. As a result of the league break and lack of income, the Bavarians agreed to a cut with their players of 20% which leaves Coutinho in a tab of between 8.8 and 10.4 million euros. Taking as reference the official dates on the confinement, although it is expected to be longer, Coutinho would have received in Barcelona a sum between the 10 and 12 million euros, more than what, it seems, will charge this year in Munich.Barcelona have recovered part of the investment they made in Coutinho in 2018. The Blaugrana club entered Bayern’s 8.5 million euros for the loan and released one of the most expensive chips in the squad of a player who did not offer the performance expected. The Bavarians, on the other hand, have been more economically affected since Coutinho has not given the expected return on the field and is going to receive one of the highest wages. The Brazilian, in addition to not being reunited with his football, will see his income decrease and he will have to find a new destination when the market opens.Your short-term futureCoutinho’s short and medium-term future leaves two certainties: that he will not continue at Bayern and that he will try to leave FC Barcelona. The Brazilian is interested in returning to the Premier League and, according to the English press, has five clubs interested in him: Manchester United, Arsenal, Chelsea, Tottenham Hotspur and Leicester City.