Arsenal have decided to sacrifice Hector Bellerin to raise funds for their new sporting project for next season. The English club have set his price at 60 million euros and expect to receive various offers this summer.
Bellerin is considered one of the most promising players in European football. Last year there was a lot of expectation around him, with Barcelona and Man City interested, but Arsenal didn't want to sell.
Juve now seem the side most interested in Bellerin. THey asked in November about him, but Arsenal didn't want to sell him in the winter window.
City signed Kyle Walker, making it unlikely they will strike for Bellerin. Barcelona tried to sign him for two years and eventually moved for Nelson Semedo. That and the other money they have spent recently means they will likely not go for Bellerin. However he has expressed his admiration for Barca many times, the club he was formed at.
Arsenal sporting director Sven Mislintat wants to make three signings. A goalkeeper, a midfielder and a centre-back. They also want a long-term replacement for Nacho Monreal, who is 32.