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After a crucial match between Arsenal and Aston Villa at the Emirates stadium, Mikel Arteta has already shown interest in signing Philipe Coutinho next season. In a press conference, Mikel Arteta said he doesn't look at only one player with a specific quality, he rather looks at players with multiple qualities and options. He added saying that the Brazilian is a kind of player who contributes a lot when he is in the attacking phase.
Barcelona always sees Coutinho performs brilliantly in other clubs so why not sell him? The Spanish side has agreed to sell Coutinho to Aston Villa only if they will agree to terms and pay £33 million. Arsenal joins the race to sign the Brazilian as well.
Stephen Gerrard is also ready to sign his old teammate permanently if Nassef Sawiris and Wes Edens gives him a green light. A fee of £33 million is a good one if Aston Villa can supplement his quality in the upcoming season.
Barcelona fans are worried though despite Coutinho's poor performance at their side but they claim to be okay with their previous signings including Aubameyang and Adama Traoré from the English Premier League. Despite their 3-2 defeat against Frankfurt at Camp Nou, Xavi encourages them to get back on track with their outstanding performance to reach the target everyone expects from them.
Barcelona is still looking forward to signing new players next season but their star Coutinho is never an option to them now. Coutinho might continue his career on the English side for next season.
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