Reports suggest that Arsenal are willing to sell Hector Bellerin in order to fund other transfer deals in the summer (via Daily Mail).
It’s becoming a regular occurrence to see Hector Bellerin linked with a move away from the Emirates Stadium.
After rumours linking the Spaniard with moves to FC Barcelona and Manchester City in recent years, it seems that Juventus are the next club on the list.
A £50 million figure has been touted for the 22-year-old who has made 151 appearances for the club since his debut in 2013.
Now, reports suggest that Arsenal are willing to sell the player for that figure in order to fund other transfer deals the club wants to complete.
The same report claimed that the club wants to bring in a goalkeeper, a centre-back and a central midfielder in the summer.
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It’s unclear how much truth is in these reports. It’s unlikely that the club would let Hector Bellerin leave especially after the Spaniard signed a six-year deal last season. The club does need to sign three players in the positions mentioned but that number would become four if Bellerin were to be sold.
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