Philippe Coutinho finished a £142m transfer fee to Camp Nou after both Liverpool and Barcelona reported that an assention had been achieved, making the 25-year-old the second-most costly player ever.
The Brazilian has concurred an agreement through to 2023 with the Blaugrana and Valverde is meaning to take advantage of the aggressor’s versatility and capacity to play in a scope of positions.
“I figure he can convey a considerable measure to the group. He scores and sets up objectives, and going ahead he can help us a great deal as he can play both all around wide,” Valverde told correspondents after Barca’s 3-0 prevail upon Levante on Sunday. “He is flexible and we can exploit his flexibility.
“It is a marking that has been discussed for quite a while, despite the fact that it was not something I was quick to talk about. He is here now, and good fortunes to him, in light of the fact that on the off chance that he has fortunes then it will be beneficial for us.
“We will hold up until the point when I have seen him prepare for a day in any event until the point when we discuss (how Coutinho will fit into the group), the reality of the matter is that I have seen recordings of him playing in various positions, for Liverpool and for his nation. Be that as it may, how about we keep a watch out. I trust he adjusts rapidly, albeit great players adjust rapidly to any conditions.”