Yesterday Philippe Coutinho had his Audi towed away, returned home at the early hours and discovered his house had been burgled. All in all, not a great Monday.
The 25-year-old had illegally parked his Audi 4x4 while visiting tourist attractions in the city and returned to discover city authorities had towed the car away. After returning to his home after a late-night, the Brazilian is reported to have discovered his home was broken into.
Coutinho came to visit the Sagrada Familia with his family and friends today but he left his car parked badly and the municipal crane took it away. [sport] pic.twitter.com/JYwTS2NOKW
— barcacentre (@barcacentre) February 19, 2018
Spanish outfit,Sport has reported that the task was made easier thanks to construction work being carried out on Coutinho's home.
The house in question was picked by his former Liverpool teammate, Luis Suarez and is located in the Bellemar neighbourhood of Castelldefels, where Suarez and Lionel Messi also live.
Countinho is ineligible for Barcelona's clash with Chelsea in tonight's Champions League game and thus had stayed behind while his teammates prepare for that game.
After tonight's visit to London, Coutinho will return to the squad for a home tie with Girona.