Barcelona are interested in Emrick Aubameyang and they may include Philippe Coutinho in the deal. Arsenal forward could be on his way to Camp Nou as Barca are interested to sign the player with Brazilian Coutinho included on the deal.
Following the the Lionel Messi's move to PSG, Barcelona are looking to replace him for purpose of strengthening their attacking side. Barca believes that Arsenal player could bring big effect to their squad and they could move forward to take the deal to the next level.
The striker joined Gunners in Jan 2018 for a transfer fee of £60m. Aubameyang has scored 85 goals in 145 appearances for Arsenal and he helped them to snatch FA Cup in the last year. Gunners are also very keen to retain their striker even if Barca are willing to sign him.
Coutinho was among the players who were sold at the highest transfer value but he has failed to meet Barca's expectations. Barcelona are not willing to continue keeping him and they want to involve him in the deal in order to lower their wage.
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