Spanish giants to include player in their bid to land Arsenal man

Marca is reporting that Barcelona is considering adding a player as a sweetener in their bid to land Arsenal full-back, Hector Bellerin.

The 25-year-old Spaniard is one of the most senior members of the current Arsenal team and he has been a consistent performer at the Emirates for a long time now.

However, he suffered from a long-term injury that affected him until the start of last season and he is yet to get back to his brilliant best for the Gunners.

This is an important summer for the club as they look to rebuild their team and it seems that the Gunners will listen to offers for the La Masia graduate.

The report claims that Barcelona wants to sign him this summer, but money is tight.

They want to land him on loan with an obligation to sign him permanently next summer, but Arsenal needs cash now to fund their own reinforcements so they will turn it down.

Barca is now looking to use some of their players as a sweetener in the deal because they are also operating under a strict transfer budget.

It claims that Bellerin will be available for transfer if any team pays Arsenal 30 million euros. The Spaniard has a contract at the Emirates until 2023.

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15 Comments

  1. Durand says:

    Tell Barca £30 million or jog on, no players and no loans first. Barca acting like they can’t pay £30 million is an absolute joke, hopefully and soon as Edu hears the word “loan” again he just hangs up the phone.
    First Athletico offers us their garbage, then PSG wants a loan, now this with Barca acting like paupers. Hopefully clubs get the message that Bellerin is for sale and not for loan, call about Bellerin when you get serious

  2. Labass says:

    Infact d more I’m hearing big teams like Bayern psg Barca are all after bellerin convinces me that we re not meant to sell this guy. Cos, why d hell will all big teams b linked to him if they don’t see something awesome in him.

    1. ken1945 says:

      Labass, what a wise man you are!!!
      The only ones who want him sold, are those who always want to find fault in our players.

      Barca and PSG wouldn’t come sniffing around if he was “dross and couldn’t defend”, but once again, our players are being put down by our own fans and that’s the reality of the situation.

      1. Labass says:

        Exactly bro.

      2. Ackshay says:

        haha “dross and couldn’t defend” i know exactly who you are quoting. People saying bellerin is bad but don’t seem to realise that there is lack of world class RB right now.

    2. Namo says:

      Well said Labass & Ken…
      I for one wouldn’t like to see Bellerin gone as I believe he’s a true Gunner & still has that quality & fire in him & could still deliver on the big stage for Arsenal this new season.
      Keep him & see him regain his form under MA.

      1. Labass says:

        That’s what I’m talking. Him and Tierney will be vital to arteta. And I’m pretty much sure that arteta is not keen on selling him

    3. Ba Elkhirsawy says:

      Exactly and the guy is in our starting 11 with arguably unproven backups. 20-30M is not really impressive money for him. We are not a championship club!

  3. Sean says:

    No to Bellerin leaving & same with Lacazette. Raise funds through other sales that are not going to play in Elneny, Torreira, Papa, Mustafi, Kolasnic & reluctantly Martinez for £20m+ will be enough to get both the targets with some added to the pot from Stan.

    Get Partey £45m and Aouer somehow, both apparently keen to come!

  4. Bad Ebening says:

    Straight swap Bellerin for Messi otherwise forget it

      1. Kobin says:

        Swap Bellerin for Messi. Add 5million +1 to sweeten the deal.😁

  5. CUPPERS says:

    Sell Bellerin to Barca, bring Jean Claire Todibo, plus cash, twenty year is immense, proven cb, but also plays dm position really well, link him up with Partey, Aour, Xhaka, Danny c, that’s a good competent midfield selection, this kid is the real deal, and French to. No brainer, Maitland Niles to replace Bellerin.

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