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Reports: Arsenal Board Gives Mikel Arteta Gives The Green Light To Sign Brazilian Midfielder



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Mikel Arteta is said to have given the green light for a potential transfer move by Arsenal this January, as the Gunners look to strengthen their options to keep their fine form going and secure a champion leauge spot.

Arsenal are currently on fourth place in the Premier League table and will remain their overturn of the club situation this year, an impressive feat considering that Arsenal were 15th in the table the same time 12 months ago.

Arsenal’s recent league match saw them crush past Norwich City away from home, defeating the Canaries 5-0 on their home ground to extend their point advantage over fifth-placed Spurs to six points, though their north London neighbours Spurs has three game more to play.

In effort to ensure they remain in fourth come till the end of the season, Arteta wants to try and strengthen his squad, with the transfer window’s is set to open in the coming month.

mikel arteta given Phillipe Coutinho the green light

Phillipe Coutinho

Mikel Arteta has decided that it would be helpful to change some position in his Arsenal squad for the January transfer window.

One name that has been said for a possible switch to the Emirates is that of struggling Barcelona midfielder Phillipe Coutinho, with different Spanish outlets suggesting a deal between the two parties could be struck immediately the transfer window begins.

Coutinho is currently Barcelona’s highest earner, but has reportedly already fallen out of favour with Barcelona new manager Xavi Hernandez, who doesn’t count on the 29 years old Brazilian midfielder.

Mikel Arteta spoke on his theory of Arsenal’s sudden upturn in form after Norwich win undefined.

Given the poor financial situation Barcelona currently find themselves in, they are said to be working tirelessly to offload the attacking midfielder who seldomly features.

Barcelona hopes that, whichever club eventually comes for Coutinho, that team will pay either part or all of his wages.

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