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Transfer headlines: Saturday 6 January 2018

- Athletic Club coach José Ángel Ziganda reveals that Kepa Arrizabalaga wasn't granted permission to travel to Madrid for a medical (Read more)

- Yerry Mina has put in a transfer request at Palmeiras to press ahead with his move to Barça  (Read more)

- Reports in Catalunya that talks between Liverpool and Barcelona for Coutinho are advancing with some sources citing transfer figure of 120 million euros plus 40 in incentives

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Barcelona have also tweeted to 'welcome' Coutinho to the club. 

Liverpool have released a statement confirming that a deal has been agreed for the transfer of Philippe Coutinho to Barcelona. The statement said: "Liverpool FC can confirm Philippe Coutinho will be leaving the club after a transfer agreement was reached with FC Barcelona, subject to medical and agreement of personal terms."

Coutinho will be announced in "a few minutes", according to Guillem Balague. 

Philippe Coutinho will travel to Barcelona this evening to complete his move, AS sources understand. 

Coutinho draw closer to Barcelona... 

PSG had been hopeful of completing a deal for highly rated Fluminense midfielder Wendel but Sporting Lisbon have beaten the Ligue 1 giants to the 20-year-old's signature.

Guangzhou Evergrande are planning a summer splash with a huge offer for Borussia Dortmund striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, according to local reports.

Barcelona B striker José Arnaiz, who has bagged three goals in three Copa del Rey games this season, could be the subject of interest from several Premier League club with Arsenal having already sent scouts to run the rule over the 22-year-old.