Earlier this month, the Express reported that Paris Saint-Germain are keeping an eye on Héctor Bellerín.
The same report also explained Juventus and Bayern Munich are interested in taking the right-back away from Arsenal.
Sky Deutschland have explained Bayern’s stance on signing the 25-year-old.
The Spaniard’s contract with the Gunners expires in 2023 and his valuation is around €20m. Despite the fullback having experience of playing at the highest level over the last few years, he doesn’t appeal to the Bavarian club.
The player is struggling with lack of form as he has made only 20 appearances in all competitions this season. In addition to this, the defender has struggled with multiple injuries since the end of 2018.
Due to the aforementioned reasons, and with Bellerin managing to win only 41 percent of his duels, Bayern have decided not to make an approach for him.
Sky categorically claim they spoke to Bellerín, and suggest Mikel Arteta’s man ‘wants to change’ clubs this summer because he’s ‘not satisfied’ with the north London side.
However, the Allianz Arena is unlikely to be his next destination, and as per the report, there hasn’t been any sort of contact between Bayern sporting director Hasan Salihamidžić and Bellerin’s agent. That’s because the German club are ‘not after him’.