New to Bavaria. And rather than twice. After a draw against Hertha Berlin (2-2) on Friday in the Bundesliga opening, President Karl-Heinz Rummenigge and the Sports Director of German Masters Hasan Salihamidzic confirmed the upcoming arrival of Barcelona's Philippe Coutinho. "I can confirm that Karl-Heinz Rummenigge and I were in Barcelona this week and reached an agreement with FC Barcelona, the player and his management. The discussions were very good and I would also like to thank FC Barcelona for that. Of course, we still need to finalize some details, but we are happy to have it brought back to Bavaria, ”said Salihamidzic, minutes before the release of a statement. Rummenigge said the former Liverpool star, who is fighting in Catalonia for a year and a half, will land in Bavaria "Sunday or Monday." And to add, "The name doesn't matter, just the quality. We've been looking at it for a while now." Remember that Barça had already mentioned a "principle agreement" a few hours ago. This is a pay-as- you-go loan to the 27-year-old Brazilian international, long announced close to PSG as part of a possible exchange with Neymar Jr. That's not all: Bavaria has also confirmed that young (20 year) Frenchman Michaël Cuisance will soon leaving Mönchengladbach to Munich.