Philippe Coutinho could move back to the Premier League through Arsenal on a loan deal
Philippe Coutinho have been linked to a move back to the Premier League through Liverpool and Manchester United and Chelsea but now Arsenal are the closest to sign the Brazilian according to some reports both in England and Spain.
Barcelona and Arsenal are to meet today via Joan Gamber's game in the Camp Nou and reports say that it's more than just a friendly-match as it could be a chance to discuss an exit for the Brazilian to Arsenal on a season-loan deal.
Other reports claimed earlier this summer that Barcelona are intending to include Coutinho in Neymar's deal to reduce the price of the want-away player which is an idea that got responded by a rejection from the Parisians.
Liverpool's manager Jurgen Klopp has stated earlier that Liverpool are not looking to bring back the Brazilian due to his high-price as Barcelona would demand €100m at the very least for the player which is what Liverpool can't seem to afford.
Barcelona are reportedly looking for a club to sell the player who had a disappointing season with Barcelona and failed to meet the expectations of the fans who booed him at the end of the season and they could consider a loan-deal to balance the players salaries at the club as the Brazilian nets €11.23m yearly.
The Catalans are also interested in bring back another Brazilian star, Neymar who is desperate to leave PSG and move back to play alongside his best-friends Messi and Suarez and according to Goal, Barcelona are preparing an official offer to test PSG's demands to let go of the want-away player yet the negotiations are not expected to go smoothly considering the poisoned relationship between the two clubs.