Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta is keen to bolister his squad ahead of next season by landing some of his top targets as well as releasing some of 'outcasts'. Arteta's side are looking forward to secure the Europa league spot with the remaining fixtures.
However, report from Mirror has claimed that youngster like plange has officially left arsenal after realizing that he's no longer in the clubs future plans.
The 18 year old was heavily linked with ban exit in the past few weeks and therefore The club has confirmed his exit and he has joined championship side Derby County after having successful trials.
The attacking Midfielder was heavily linked with a move to arsenal last summer and certainly this is likely to happen considering that Barcelona will look for a way of not paying Liverpool extra £20m as a part of the deal.
Apparently, Coutinho is a good long term replacement of Mesut Ozil who left for Fernabache. With Odegaard, Coutinho and Smith Rowe, arsenal will look complete.
Lastly, Arsenal will be looking to bounce back into winning ways when they will be facing Westham. Arsenal are in good form comparing to their previous meetings.
In your opinion, Do you think Philipe Coutinho will be of help to Arsenal?
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