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Good News For Arsenal On Their Pursuit of Barcelona’s Denis Suarez

Good News For Arsenal On Their Pursuit of Barcelona’s Denis Suarez

Arsenal fans have got good news on their club’s reported pursuit of Denis Suarez.

The Gunners are reportedly looking to sign the Barcelona playmaker this January, with a loan move until the end of the season being mentioned.

Suarez has been at Barca since moving to the club from Villarreal in 2016, but he’s never really been a regular player and has appeared just eight times so far this season.

Unai Emery strengthened his new squad in the summer and appears keen to do more of that in this transfer window.

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And Suarez could be the next player in the door at Arsenal, with today’s development surely giving a boost to the north London club.

Barcelona signed Kevin Prince-Boateng earlier this week and he’s immediately made their squad for the Copa Del Rey clash with Sevilla later tonight.

But that’s at the expense of Suarez:

Step forward Arsenal.

The English Premier League club may see that as a sign they could get Suarez until the end of the season now.

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