Arsenal defender Hector Bellerin has once again been linked with a move away from London, with a La Liga club now reportedly interested in the 25-year-old.
The Mirror previously claimed that Serie A side Inter, managed by former Premier League winner Antonio Conte, believe that he would be an ideal full-back to strengthen their squad and hopefully battle again for the title in Italy next season.
The Daily Express have now reported that Sevilla are keeping tabs on the Spaniard and have even gone so far as to make enquiries about his availability. Arsenal would apparently set a price tag of around £27m on the Spaniard.
Bellerin has been ravaged by injuries in recent months, with a cruciate ligament rupture sidelining him for the majority of 2019 and a hamstring injury keeping him out either side of Christmas, per Transfermarkt.
He was back in the side when football returned but, after some poor performances from him, Mikel Arteta has started to use Cedric Soares in the right-back position after he recovered from an injury which previously prevented him from being available.
The reported valuation of £27m seems quite low for a player who is still only 25, and with Soares the only other natural right-back at Arsenal, it would not be wise for Arteta to sell Bellerin.
The Gunners boss now has some good depth in that position and, if he wants to challenge higher up the division, then he should look to keep both players so that he can adapt to certain scenarios and, with possible European fixtures alongside Premier League games, he will likely need to utilise both players regularly throughout next season.
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