Big news from Spain as Arsenal ‘have agreed personal terms’ to bring Coutinho back to England

There has been some big news arriving from Spain as Arsenal have reportedly agreed personal terms with Philippe Coutinho.

There has been alot of transfer speculation, and we mean alot, over the past few months about Arsenal trying to bring the Brazilian star back to the Premier League, with many reports suggesting that he was done at Barcelona and had no future with the club.

And Arsenal are one of the favourites to bring him back to the Premier League, along with the likes of Chelsea and Liverpool, who have both been credited with a possible summer deal over the past few months.

A season-long stint at Bayern Munich has only served to raise further questions of the 28-year-old’s form and fitness , and recent reports have claimed Barcelona are now looking to put another deal in place, with the Liga giants aware that they cannot incorporate another sizeable salary into their plans for 2020-21.

Now, Catalan Sport say that Arsenal have agreed personal terms to bring the Brazilian back to the premier League, all the Gunners need to do is agree a deal with Barcelona, who paid £142million to sign the playmaker from Liverpool in January 2018.

We have said it before and we will say it again, Coutinho would be a fantastic signing for the club and one that would send a real statement to the rest of the Premier League, so if the reports are true, then fans will welcome him with open arms.

So if the reports are true and Arsenal are closing in on a deal to bring him back to the Premier League, he will be the type of signing that will get them back in the hunt to get back inside those Champions League places.

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