Héctor Bellerín has been a key figure in Arsenal’s back four this season, starting 22 league matches on the right side of the defence.
The 26-year-old, however, has lost his place in the starting lineup since the end of February as Cédric Soares and Calum Chambers have alternated in the right-back slot.
Calciomercato.it now report the Spain international has emerged as a target for Juventus.
It’s claimed that during recent talks with the Gunners, the defender ‘got the green light’ to leave the Emirates after this season, although it’s not been made clear whether the talks took place between the two parties or between Juve and the Gunners.
The website further adds they have found out the Premier League side have ‘decided to let go’ of the former Watford if they receive an offer in the region of €20-25m.
Juventus have an advantage because the player likes the idea of joining the Turin club, but apart from the Italian giants, Bellerín is also a target for Inter, Barcelona and Paris Saint-Germain.
There’s nothing to indicate whether any of the clubs are ready to meet Arsenal’s €20-25m valuation for the Spaniard, but the price is there and they know what to do if they want him in their squad going forward.