Arsenal Receive Coutinho Transfer Boost - 9jaflaver



Light Dark

WELCOME TO 9JAFLAVER

PREMIUM BEATS  |  NEWS  |  TRENDING/HOTTEST SONGS  |  SPORTS  |  CELEBRITY GIST  |  MIXTAPE  |  MOVIES  |  COMEDY VIDEOS  |  NIGERIAN MUSIC ARTISTES



SEARCH ANYTHING BELOW:-



Arsenal Receive Coutinho Transfer Boost


Arsenal’s hopes of finally signing former Barcelona star Philippe Coutinho have received a boost.

The Gunners were in hot pursuit of
Coutinho but Ronald Koeman’s appointment at Barcelona put the brakes on a potential deal.

Arsenal signed Coutinho’s Brazilian compatriot Willian instead before later bringing in Martin Odegaard on loan from Real Madrid.

The duo have gone some way to fixing Arsenal’s creativity problem, but Mikel Arteta could still use someone like Coutinho, and he may now have a chance of getting his man.

Coutinho has not featured for Barcelona in recent months due to an injury and is yet to kick a ball for the Catalan giants in 2021.

The midfielder is no longer a first-team regular in Spain, but crucially, is just 10 fixtures away from triggering a clause that will force Barcelona to pay Liverpool £20million, according to Mundo Deportivo.

Barcelona are not exactly rolling in cash at the moment, and would reportedly consider selling Coutinho this summer for much less than the £142million they paid for him in 2018.

Currently, Arsenal’s priority appears to be signing Real Madrid loanee Odegaard on a permanent contract.

And the Norwegian hinted he would be willing to do so this month.

“I have felt at home since the first day,” he said. “I am happy to be here and feel great.”

source:- completesports



 Whatsapp  Twitter  Facebook




Promote Music, Video, Comedy Skit On 9jaflaver
Call: +2348173379226 Or +2348143945195

Whatsapp: +2349027283345









Comment Below:-

Enter Name Below (Optional)

         
Enter Comment Below:-


       






© 2014-2021 9jaflaver. All Rights Reserved.

About us||Content Remova||Privacy Policy|Contact us

Advertis|Request For Music

9jaflaver is not responsible for the content of external sites.