Arsenal captain and vice-captain Héctor Bellerín has been offered to PSG according to reports in France.
The beaten Champions League finalists are looking for a replacement for Belgian international Thomas Meunier, who left the club on a free transfer at the end of June. And now Bellerín has been linked with the Parisians.
The 25-year old has been at Arsenal since 2011, joining their academy system after signing from Barcelona. He has made 204 appearances in all competitions for the Gunners and has won the FA Cup with them. He missed the first half of last season after picking up an ACL injury in the previous campaign against Bournemouth.
Bellerín is under contract until 2023, but Mikel Arteta has previously iterated that the club faces some tough choices this summer as he looks to rebuild his squad, amidst the financial uncertainty caused by the Covid-19 pandemic.
If Bellerín were to be sold, it would leave the Gunners light in the right back area, with Cédric Soares his only natural replacement. Ainsley Maitland-Niles is being heavily linked with a sale to Wolves.
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