English Premier League Side, Aston Villa have Officially Unveiled Brazilian Attacking Midfielder, Phillipe Countinho as the Club's Latest Signing. 

Phillipe Coutinho was signed from FC Barcelona on a Loan deal which will see the player stay at the Villa Park until the end of the  Current EPL Season. 

Coutinho Returns back to the Premier League after leaving in 2018 When he Joined Barcelona from Liverpool. The Player wasn't able to live up to Expectations at the Camp Nou and was involved in a loan Move to Bayern Munich.

The 29 Years old Brazilian would be hoping to find his Form under the Watch of Former Liverpool Team Mate, Steven Gerard who is now his Coach at Aston Villa. 

Coutinho in his first Few Words as an Aston Villa Player revealed his Target as he steps up on the pitch. The Champions League Winner with Bayern Munich is Very much Optimistic and Positive about his Newly Found club as he hopes to Give his Best to the Club.

“It’s a pleasure to be here; it’s a great club,” the Brazilian said on www.avfc.co.uk.

“I spoke a lot with the manager, with Stevie, and he told me about the club and his ambitions. I’m very happy to be here and I’m looking to enjoy my football.

“I’ve known Stevie for a long time. I played with him and I learned a lot from him.

“He’s someone who I have big admiration for. I hope to do my best here. For sure, I will work hard, and I hope together we can do good work.”

“I always want to be at my best, doing my work. That’s what I work hard for every day. I hope it will be a great rest of the season here.”

“I’m looking forward to meeting the fans, to being on the pitch. I know and I feel that they’re happy that I’m here,” he said.

“I want to repay that on the pitch and enjoy my football. I’m looking forward to being on the pitch.

Phillipe Coutinho might be Making his debut for Aston Villa in the league Match encounter Against old time Rivals, the Red Devils of Manchester United.

Coutinho boasts of a Good record Against Manchester United. In 11 games played against the Red Devils across all Competitions, the Brazilian 'Wizard' have contributed to 9 Goals, Scoring 5 and setting 4 others.