Arsenal defender Hector Bellerin could leave the club in the summer and join Paris Saint Germain as confirmed by Sports journalist Fabrizio Romano.
The sports journalist further confirms that the French giants have been following up with the defender for over a year and the deal could go through.
“There are ‘huge chances’ for Hector Bellerin to leave Arsenal in the summer. Leonardo wanted him at PSG one year ago but there was no agreement between the two clubs. Now it’d be an open race – AFC won’t make any discount.” Said Fabrizio Romano.
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The news follows a string of poor performances by the London based club that has left them in 9th position in the Premier League standing.
Their last encounter was against Liverpool who outclassed them despite lining up their best first eleven squad for the Saturday clash.
Coach Mikel Arteta is now under pressure to turnaround the results and sign up players to take up key positions especially the midfield which is lacking creativity and inability to feed its striker.
Even after signing Thomas Partey from Atletico Madrid, the Londoners are set to be without the services of Martin Odegaard who will return to Real Madrid at the end of the season.