Coutinho among the players Barcelona offered to Arsenal in exchange for Aubameyang

Arsenal are considering bringing Coutinho to the Emirates Stadium on a sensational loan deal for the remainder of the season, according to Sport through Four Four Two.

After a difficult spell in Barcelona after joining for more than £100 million from Liverpool in 2018, the 29-year-old might be returning to the Premier League.

Arsenal have long been linked with a move for the Brazilian, who has struggled in Spain.

The future of Philippe Coutinho is still up in the air. Despite the fact that from the player’s environment they insist to MD that “to this day, Coutinho will not move from Barça in January”, from England there are reports related to the Barça midfielder, with a very good poster in the Premier League and that for now it is not indisputable for Xavi Hernández, with Gavi, Nico and De Jong ahead of him. 

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According to the British newspaper ‘The Sun’Newcastle, recently acquired by the Saudi royal family in exchange for 300 million euros, would be willing to sign Coutinho this coming January. The operation, according to the same newspaper, would require an assignment until June 30 with a mandatory purchase clause next summer, which would be estimated at around 40 million euros. 

The same newspaper, a few days ago, also raised another option. According to “The Sun”, Manchester United have proposed an exchange with Barça. The set of “red devils” would be willing to change Cavani, who ends his contract on June 30, or Martial for Coutinho.

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