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Did Philippe Coutinho drop hint over joining Arsenal?


Philippe Coutinho may have fueled speculations he could be set for a return to the Premier League with his latest activity on social media.

Well, if you are an Arsenal fan, his latest activity would definitely get you to be excited considering the club have maintained interest in the Brazil international.

The Gunners have been more than just admirers as they keep an eye on his activities on social media in the last few months.

And a host of people have picked a recent activity on twitter by the player as an indication he could be on a move to join the north London outfit this summer.

The Barcelona midfielder has reportedly recently followed a few Arsenal players including David Luiz, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, Cedric Soares, and Gabriel Martinelli.

In the current situation, his twitter activity may mean very little and could poses insufficient details but his links with Mikel Arteta’s side seem to have gained massive attention.

The player who is currently on loan at German side Bayern Munich is likely to be available on the transfer market this summer, after the Bundesliga side decided against signing him permanently after his loan spell.

At Barcelona, he is also deemed surplus to requirements considering the array of attacking and midfield options available at the Camp Nou, and a return to the Premier League has been said to be on the cards.

The 28-year-old has also been linked with Chelsea, Manchester United and Tottenham but Arsenal look the likeliest of clubs pursuing a loan deal this summer.

Coutinho is also believed to have put on hold any talks regarding his future until after the Champions League with Bayern playing Barcelona of Friday in the quarter finals.

Arsenal are also expected to sign Brazilian winger Willian on a free transfer after the player called an end to his career with Chelsea.

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