Bayern Munich have confirmed that Barcelona forward Philippe Coutinho will arrive at the club on either Sunday or Monday ahead of a season-long loan move in Bavaria, which will include an option to buy the Brazil global for €120m next summer.
Barcelona's director of institutional relations says there is "an initial agreement" for the transfer, but it hasn't been finalized yet. "The talks were very good and I'd also like to thank FC Barcelona for that".
The Brazil worldwide, who was left out of Barcelona's squad for their La Liga opener against Athletic Bilbao on Friday which they lost 1-0, looks set to join the German champions following a summer of speculation.
"There are still some issues pending such as the contract signature and the medical check but we have an agreement", he said late on Friday.
Bayern will pay Coutinho's salary in full, but it's not yet been decided whether he will join the German champions on a one-year or two-year loan deal.
"Neymar has been spoken about a lot in the last few days, we can't get into that", said Amor.
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Coutinho, who was not listed for Barcelona's La Liga opener against Athletic Bilbao, joined the Catalan giants from Liverpool for £142m back in January 2018.
The 23-year-old is back in Berlin for a second straight season-loan with Liverpool's midfield now too packed for him to have regular first-team football.
The Brazilian has failed to cement his spot in the Barcelona side since arriving from Liverpool previous year.
Last season's league top scorer Lewandowski opened his account in the 24th minute, sliding in to complete a move he started himself, and become the first player to score on five consecutive season opening games.
In other Bayern transfer news, the club announced after Friday's match that it acquired 20-year-old French midfielder Mickael Cuisance from league rivals Borussia Monchengladbach.