According to reliable Spanish sports outlet Delafootball, Laliga giants Barcelona are Reportedly ready to sell their creative star Philipe Coutinho to Arsenal this Summer. Offloading the Brazilian star to the Emirates before he triggers a pricy fee. If Barcelona keeps Coutinho for 10 more appearances, then the Baugarans club will automatically awe his former club Liverpool an additional of $20 Million dollars.
Barcelona are currently bin a financially striker position due to the global pandemic of covid-19. Barcelona does not like this idea and sees the idea of offloading the player to Premier league giants Arsenal as the best option for them. Coutinho is not expected back in play until at least April. The Brazilian has failed to to reach the heights of his final season at his former club Liverpool when he scored 12 times and providing 8 assists in 20 premier league games for the premier league champions.
The Gunners are the top most admirers of the Brazilian and as Barcelona are willing to save upto $27M by selling him for much lesser amount than his open price. This is a very good news to the Gunners as they want to play a midfield trio of Thomas Partey, Martin Odegaard and Philipe Coutinho next summer.
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