Reports state that there is a strong possibility that right-back Hector Bellerin will leave Arsenal during the summer transfer window.
BellerinThe 26-year-old has been with the Gunners since 2011. He moved from the Barcelona youth team to join the Arsenal youths before graduating with the senior team in 2013. The Spaniard has played 234 games in all competitions, scoring nine goals. for the north. Londoners. However, it seems to have dropped the pecking order of late.
Having started 22 Premier League games this term, he has been on the bench for the past five. Calum Chambers and Cedric Soares they have been selected before him.
And it seems like your the days in the emirates can now be numbered. Journalist Fabrizio Romano, a specialist in transfer rumors, has taken to Twitter to give his opinion.
The 28-year-old believes there are “great chances” that the Spanish international is on his way in the preseason. The Italian goes on to say that Paris Saint-Germain may be interested in the defender.
PSG transfer guru Leonardo showed an interest in Bellerin last summer, but nothing materialized. And it feels like the Ligue 1 giants may well come back to try and get a deal this time around.
No possible transfer fee is mentioned, but the Premier League club will want a decent price.
There is no Bellerin offer at a reduced price
There may be some bargains, but Arsenal have all the aces in the Bellerin negotiations. The ace born in Barcelona has a contract until 2023.
He remains a highly valued player despite being sidelined in recent weeks. Romano adds that other clubs will enter the scene and it will be an ‘open race’ for his signature.
That will surely increase their valuation, which means that Arsenal will not have to offer any “discounts”. It is unclear if Mikel Arteta sees Bellerin in his long-term plans.
Arsenal’s poor campaign means that there will likely be new additions to the team before the start of 2021-2022. Therefore, the players will leave and former gunner Bacary Sagna feel that Bellerin will leave.
“Hector has been there for years,” he told Goal last month. “He started playing shortly after I left, so he has been with the team for about six years.
“And a bit like I felt, you probably feel like you want to challenge yourself because you’ve been there for a long time.”
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