Paris Saint-Germain are the latest club to be linked with Arsenal winger Hector Bellerin as the French champions look to get a second bite of the cherry.
Spanish was subject to a £ 25 million offer from the Champions League finalists in September, which were later led by current Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel.
However, Gunners boss Mikel Arteta managed to convince him to stay at the Emirates for one more season.
However, that apparently hasn’t deterred new manager Mauricio Pochettino from trying it himself.
CBS Sports reports that PSG is mulling over an offer for Bellerin in the summer.
However, they will have to defend themselves against competition from local Barcelona. The La Liga giants are also considering making a move for the 25-year-old, with a £ 22 million figure in dispute.
But CBS Sports claims that Arsenal would pay a fee close to 35 million pounds. He also claimed that two Serie A clubs were interested in the defender’s services, although he did not mention which ones.
However, the Express has named Juventus and Inter Milan as two clubs that have paid a lot of attention to it in the past.
Bellerin has started 22 of Arsenal’s 25 Premier League games this season, helping them claim five clean sheets.
His contracts run out in 2023, but the lure of Champions League football may cause him to retire early.
If a move did materialize, he would end an eight-year stint at the club after making more than 200 appearances for the London team.
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Aubameyang ‘exceeded his prime,’ says expert
Sky Sports expert Jamie Redknapp has stated that Arsenal the Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang talisman has “lost his superpower.”
The Gunners skipper has scored eight goals in 21 league games this season, drawing unwanted criticism.
Redknapp has now turned the heat on by stating that the 31-year-old is “beyond his prime.”
“When I see him, sometimes it’s like he’s lost his super power,” said the former Liverpool midfielder.
“I saw it happen to people when he first came to the Premier League. I saw him running past people when I was in Dortmund.
“Now I see a player who seems to be harassed every time.”
Aubameyang will have to score 14 goals in Arsenal’s last 13 games if he is to equal last season’s Premier League tally.