Sportswear giant Nike have had an advert for Philippe Coutinho in a Barcelona customised kits advertised on their website.
The sportswear brand's website had an advert for a Coutinho Barcelona kit, even offering free personalisation. The advert had a headline 'Where the magic happens' and read: "Philippe Coutinho is ready to light up Camp Nou.
"Get your 2017/18 FC Barcelona kit with the Magician's name on it. Act fast - free personalisation only available until January 6."
Coutinho's future has been the talk of Anfield ever since the summer when the Reds rejected offers in excess of £100m. And now it seems the deal is done if Nike's website is to be believed.
A hack is the most likely explanation for the rogue advert although more pessimistic Reds' supporters believed it may have been something mistakenly published before Coutinho has completed a deal in January.
The transfer window is set to open again on Monday,
when Virgil van Dijk will complete his £75m move to Liverpool from Southampton. And judging by Nike's website, Liverpool are involved in another high-profile transfer with Coutinho leaving for Spain.
Spanish newspaper Sport
claim a meeting is being set up on January 3 by Barcelona to discuss a transfer.