Coutinho: My Head Is Exclusively in Barcelona

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Barca now sit 11 points clear at the top of LaLiga and are favourites to progress to the semis at United's expense.

Pogba recently held face-to-face talks with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer amid interest from Real Madrid and told the manager he was committed to Old Trafford, but the Spanish giants believe he would jump at the chance to join them if a deal was possible. In contrast, Manchester United had the weekend off due to fixture clashes caused by the FA Cup semi-finals after facing Watford and Wolves.

The Red Devils managed to overturn a 2-0 deficit in the previous round to beat Paris Saint-Germain 3-1 at Parc des Princes to progress to the quarter-finals.

Barcelona star Philippe Coutinho has dismissed speculation linking him with a return to the Premier League.

"It's complicated to describe what you have to do to win against this team".

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In a recent interview, per The Mirror, Coutinho recognised United's strengths highlighting two players in particular.

"For me, the key for both sides is going to be in attack".

"What I can say is that I'm glad that Liverpool are doing well this year and, if the draw had been different, I would have liked to play the Champions League Final against them".

"We will have to be very careful to stop him because he can generate a lot of problems for us and I think the duel with Pique will be important in both matches", he added.

"If they boo myself and Luis Suarez then that's normal at Old Trafford because of the team we used to play for".

As pointed out by the Independent, since the Champions League adopted its current knock-out format 15 years ago, just 38% of teams that were away in the second leg have advanced to the next round.

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