The FC Barcelona is desperately seeking a way out Philippe Coutinho to get rid of his salary and his future could be in the Premier League
According to reports from agent Kia Joorabchian, the Brazilian striker could land in the ranks of Arsenal next season where it seems that Willian Jose could also arrive.
The signing of 'Cou' by Barça failed and last season he acted on loan at Bayern Munich where he won the League and the Cup, however, the German team seems that it is not for the task of keeping the player in property.
In England they place him at Arsenal
SunSport placed the 28-year-old footballer at Arsenal or also at Newcastle earlier this week, but in any case it seems that his destiny is in England.
And now the Mirror indicates that Joorabchian is negotiating to bring Willian and Coutinho to North London.
A new assignment
They claim that because Arsenal have limited funds available, and with the club only able to sign players if they sell members of their squad, the arrival of the Brazilian duo is considered an attractive option since it would not be a great expense for the London club...
Willian would come to Arsenal for free since his contract expires at the end of this season and he becomes a free agent while it is understood that FC Barcelona would be ready for a new loan from Coutinho
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