‘Welcome to Arsenal’ – Fans go crazy as Philippe Coutinho stuns Barcelona in the Champions League

Mikel Arteta is looking for options to strengthen his team this summer.

Willian became the first addition of the summer for the Gunners this week, signing a three-year deal after leaving Chelsea at the end of his contract.

And there is another Brazilian who is on his radar during the transfer window as Arsenal try to close the gap on the top four Premier League teams.

Arsenal are reportedly in talks with Barcelona after the Catalan club offered the striker to the Gunners this summer.

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The former Liverpool player is currently on loan for a season at Bayern Munich, but the German club hasn’t decided to make the deal permanent this summer.

With his unlikely future at Barcelona, ​​Coutinho is looking for a new club.

And the 28-year-old didn’t damage his reputation during Bayern Munich’s Champions League quarter-finals against Barcelona."/>

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He entered the field in the 75th minute and made it to the scoresheet twice in a brilliant 8-2 victory for the Bundesliga.

The winger’s two goals came within four minutes of each other, in the 85th and 89th minutes.

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Coutinho is no stranger to the Premier League having earned his pass to the Camp Nou thanks to his form for Liverpool.

The Brazilian scored 54 goals and provided 45 assists to the Reds in his 201 club appearances.

This season he has scored 11 goals in 35 appearances in all competitions.

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