Arsenal could lose Hector Bellerin to Juventus in the summer of 2021 after the Bianconeri threw a lucrative swap deal for Douglas Costa and Adrien Rabiot. Bellerin who has been Arsenal's first choice right back over the past five years hasn't discussed his new contract renewal with the club yet. Bellerin wants salary increment to match the likes of Aubameyang but Arsenal want to cut on cost to stabilize business transactions because of causal effects of coronavirus pandemic that affected most clubs across Europe. Aubameyang's contract was extended last summer to earn him £350,000 a week.
Juventus will face competition from Barcelona and PSG who are in need of his services. PSG have a mouthwatering deal that may easily make Bellerin change his mind including paying him double his current salary at Arsenal. Barcelona are said to lure the star who spent his childhood development at their academy before joining Arsenal as well.
The Gunners value Bellerin at £26m but do not want to lose him for free when his contract expires. Juventus are convinced they will get the deal over the line since Arsenal are long term admirers of Adrien Rabiot. According to Tuttosport, Juventus have hidden clauses that will lure Bellerin to Turin including a hefty salary package.
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