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Arsenal holding firm on Hector Bellerin asking price as Juventus eye deal

Arsenal will not allow Juventus transfer target Hector Bellerin to leave for less than their £27million asking price.

New Juventus boss Andrea Pirlo is believed to have made the Spaniard his first choice to fill the right-back slot this summer.

The 25-year-old has also been offered to Paris Saint-Germain, who are in urgent need of a right-back, with the Gunners willing to sell.

But they will not allow him to leave for less than the £27m they are asking for the former Barcelona youngster.

Mikel Arteta has made Cedric Soares’ loan move into a permanent one and several other defensive signings are being made.

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Centre-back Gabriel Magalhaes is all set to join from Lille, while William Saliba will return to the Emirates after being signed last summer before returning back to Saint Etienne on loan.

And Bellerin and Ainsley Maitland-Niles are said to be among the defenders who have been made available to sell.

According to Corriere dello Sport, Pirlo has made Bellerin his number one choice but it is not clear how much the Old Lady are willing to pay.

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The report states that initial contact between the two clubs has already been made and that the right-back has also been offered to PSG.

The Premier League side are also said to have turned down a bid of around £20m for Maitland-Niles.

Former Arsenal striker Charlie Nicholas thinks the Gunners should consider selling Bellerin go for the right price.

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