Arsenal’s defender is a wanted man by several European powerhouses
As the summer transfer market is underway, Arsenal has turned their attention towards making way for a few of their signings by first selling their unwanted footballers. The Gunners marksmen, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang might be the first departure of the summer since the former Borussia Dortmund man has been linked with several European powerhouses with a move away from the Emirates Stadium.
Another player from Arsenal who has been heavily linked is their Spanish speed machine, Hector Bellerin. The former Barcelona La Masia graduate has spent 9 years at the Emirates Stadium is reportedly ready for a new challenge in his life at the age of 25. The Express reports that the right-back has reportedly been linked with a move to Juventus, Bayern Munich, and Paris Saint-Germain this summer transfer market.
Juventus consider Bellerin to be an ideal starter in their elven since Joao Cancelo had swapped cards with Danilo in the summer of 2019 and Maurizio Sarri has reportedly shown no interest in making use of the former Manchester City and Real Madrid full-back. The former Chelsea manager has instead transformed Juan Cuadrado as his first-choice right-back, however, Bellerin’s pace and technical ability would certainly benefit the Bianconeri while transitioning from defensive plays to counter attacks.
Paris Saint-Germain finds themselves in the same spot after selling Thomas Meunier to Borussia Dortmund. The Bundesliga team signed Meunier as an immediate replacement since Achraf Hakimi signed for Inter Milan. Since PSG style of play is all about pace and counter-attacking football, possess the skill set that would do justice in Paris.
The Spanish right-back believes that his time at the Emirates Stadium has come to an end after former Manchester City manager has made it clear that Cederic Soares is his first-choice right-back. Bellerin is still young and still has a lot to achieve in his career and a move away from north London at the age of 25 to a new league might be what Bellerin requires to kick start his promising career once again after his recent streak of injuries.