After the Pjanic-Arthur trade, the Catalans are apparently attempting to pull off another trade.
Barcelona and Arsenal are in talks over a potential trade bargain including Philippe Coutinho and Matteo Guendouzi, Foot Mercato report.
In any case, it's not expressed whether this would be an immediate trade or one of the parties should add money top.
The Gunners' midfielder is apparently open to leaving for another club.
In the mean time, Blaugrana hope to offload Coutinho, with the 28-year-old apparently leaning toward a Premier League return.
'Phil' is near concurring terms with Arsenal, as indicated by a report from The Sun.
A few fans have reacted to respond to the post and here are some collection of some interesting remarks:
Can someone swap those who are swapping for me?
COUTINHO to arsenal , he is not okay, I rather prefer pjanic to get swap with any other player .
This is absolutely madness to swap who ? With Coutinho that guy can’t even trap ball , Barca pls wake up from sleeping that guy can’t even fit Barca philosophy.
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