- Arsenal are reportedly interested in signing Phillipe Coutinho and Willian
- Super agent Kia Joorabchian has linked both players with the club
- The Gunners are said to be having limited cash, but will attempt to sell players to raise funds
Arsenal are reportedly closing in on a double transfer swoop for Phillipe Coutinho and Willian's deal to the Emirates as super agent Kia Joorabchian working tirelessly to realise this.
The future of both stars looks uncertain as Chelsea star Willian is set to become a free agent having failed to agree terms with the club.
The current contract Willian has with Chelsea will be coming to an end this summer and there has been no fruitful discussion for the possibility of him extending his stay.
And on the other hand La Liga giants Barcelona are understood to be desperate to get Coutinho off their wage bill.
According to the latest reports on the Mirror, agent Joorabchian is trying to bring Willian and Coutinho to the red half of North London having already secured David Luiz's future at Arsenal.
It was gathered that the Gunners have limited funds and will only be able to complete the signings if they sell players.
Also, Jan Oblak has emerged Chelsea’s major target this summer and Frank Lampard is ready to offer Kepa Arrizabalaga as part of deal the deal to Atletico Madrid.
Kepa has been out of favour at the Stamford Bridge following series of errors which had cost the Blues who continue their quest to qualifying for European competition next season.
Although the 25-year-old goalkeeper has returned to the Chelsea starting line-up, he has continued to receive heavy criticisms and now there are chances he would leave the Stamford Bridge club.
Legit.ng earlier reported that Ugurcan Cakir could be a long term replacement for Chelsea number one Kepa Arrizabalaga, according to reports.
The Spanish goalkeeper has been unconvincing in the Blues' bumpy ride in the Premier League in the 2019-20 season. Kepa was signed from Atletico Bilbao for £71.6million in 2018 and has failed to live up to the billing as Frank Lampard is in desperate search for a replacement.
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