Juventus are reportedly looking to be former Chelsea boss Antonio Conte to the signing of Arsenal defender Hector Bellerin this summer. According to emerging reports, if Bellerin does end up joining Serie A title holders, Mikel Arteta has got to suggest a swap deal.
Bellerin, a former Spain international is one amongst the senior players at Arsenal. The Spaniard has to his name for the club a whopping 195 appearances since making his debut, despite a number of injuring over the past six years.
The Daily Express are reporting via www.casinosnz.io that Juve ready to lock horns with Inter over his signature, with a reported fee of £27million said to be on the cads to land the Spain forward. In light of this, it remains to be seen whether Arsenal would be willing to cash in on a move to sign Bellerin or whether the club would go down a different route.
Arsenal’s need a quality signing at the heart of their defence is known issue, but the likes of Dayot Upamecano, who is linked with the club, is expected to come very expensive in the coming months. Finding a central defender who is strong, cheap and walk straight into the team is crucial or Arteta and his cohorts.
The club’s hunt for a centre back has birthed reports linking Daniele Rugani with a move to the Emirates. According to The Sun, the gooner news outfit want the 25-year-old centre-back, who is out of favour at Juventus – with Leonardo Bonucci, Matthijs de Ligt, Merih Demiral and Giorgio Chiellini all ahead in the pecking order under Maurizio Sarri.
Rugani, however, is likely to cost Arsenal a similar fee to Bellerin, with The Times claiming their Premier League rivals Wolverhampton Wanderers made a £30million casino online offer for Rugani last summer. That fee is likely to have dropped given Rugani managed just three Serie A appearances this season.
If Bellerin is tempted by Juventus offer, then, Arsenal need to request that Rugani is included in a deal for the right-back in a player-plus-cash deal – with the Italian the kind of signing that can finally solve Arsenal’s defensive woes.