Saturday, 08 August, 2020

Arsenal Could Buy Philippe Coutinho For $12M

Arsenal Could Buy Philippe Coutinho For $12M Arsenal Could Buy Philippe Coutinho For $12M
Cary Erickson | 02 August, 2020, 16:23

The Independent are reporting that Coutinho could join Arsenal in a part-exchange swap deal involving Matteo Guendouzi, who Gunners boss Mikel Arteta is keen to move on as soon as possible.

The Catalan giants could pay around half of Coutinho's salary, though Arsenal would have to pay a loan fee of around €10m.

Another loan deal is on the cards for Coutinho and Arsenal have emerged as the favourites.

During his time in England, Coutinho netted 41 goals in 152 Premier League appearances, his eye-catching form for Jurgen Klopp's side earning him his big-money switch to Barcelona.

Arsenal need to beat Chelsea at Wembley to qualify for the Europa League, which would provide a budget boost for Arteta this summer.

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Arteta questioned the Frenchman's maturity after the incident and has exiled the midfielder from first-team training after he failed to impress during a meeting with him and and technical director Edu.

Coutinho's future at the Camp Nou seems doubtful, having spent the 2019/2020 season on loan at Bundesliga champions Bayern Munich.

Coutinho completed a mouth watering £140m move from Premier League champions Liverpool in January 2018 but has struggled ever since the transfer, failing to blend in at Barcelona.

Arsenal are interested in signing the Sevilla defender Diego Carlos.

This swap deal would see Guendouzi and £9m go to Barcelona, with Coutinho coming to Arsenal in return in a permanent deal. Arteta is planning to rebuild the squad but admitted he is concerned about a potential lack of funds this summer. That is the challenge'.