Arsenal defender Hector Bellerin tends to leave Arsenal this summer and the race is preparing for his signature.
The 26-year-old is Gunners’ longest-serving player but he could be a lost time in the Emirates. He has played four times for Spain, has played 234 matches for the club and scored nine goals. However, it seems that Mikel Arteta is losing confidence in the right-back. The defender has been placed on the bench for the last five matches in First Division, with Callum Chambers And Cedric Soares Now in front of him.
However, he has enjoyed 30 matches in all competitions this term and may return to play a role. Earlier this week, transport rumor specialist Fabrizio Romano gave his thoughts on Bellerin’s future.
The Italians suggested this Paris Saint-Germain It could be his next destination. “French transfer manager Leonardo had an interest” last summer but nothing happened.
But he was directed to return to the former Watford loaner. However, new suitors have appeared in the form of Juventus Market move.
The report adds that Arsenal introduced Bellerin A “green light” to move this summer. And he indicates that Juventus may need to find only 20 million euros to get a deal that goes beyond the limit.
Whether this price is accurate will only determine time but an exit is likely.
If Bellerin is out of North London in the off-season, Arteta is said to have a replacement. The player in question is the Inter Milan full-back Achraf Hakimi.
The 22-year-old is enjoying a great season for Inter, having scored six goals from 36 appearances in all competitions. And last month, Morocco’s international agent suggested Defender movement is unlikely to occur.
“Hakimi is happy at Inter with Conte, and he is an excellent coach,” Alejandro Camano told Case Radio. “Conte’s style of play suits Ashraf and I think he will end up improving a lot because of this experience with the Nerazzurri.”
Regardless of whether Hakimi was recruited or not, former gunner Bakary Sagna feels Pelerin will leave.
“Hector has been there for years,” he told Goal.com last month. “He started playing shortly after I left, so he’s been in the team for six years.
“And just as I felt him, he might feel like he wanted to challenge himself because he’s been there for so long.”
Arsenal meet Slavia Prague in the European League on Thursday before facing Sheffield United on Sunday.
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