(Photo: Reuters/Dylan Martinez Livepic)Héctor Bellerín celebrates after Aaron Ramsey (not pictured) scores the very first goal against Tottenham, March 5, 2016.
Appears like Barcelona are walking up their efforts to sign Arsenal’s £45-million-rated right-back Héctor Bellerín.
Based on Marca, the Catalan giants are thinking about using Brazilian midfielder Rafinha Alcántara like a bargaining nick inside a deal to create Bellerín to Camp Nou.
The Brazilian midfielder apparently really wants to leave Barcelona due to the insufficient regular first-team possibilities, which is stated that he’s interested in moving to North London. Marca’s Ramiro Aldunate also claims that Arsenal are curious about Rafinha too.
“The admiration is mutual, because the Gunners will also be thinking about the 24-year-old in their intends to strengthen in midfield and the type of play may be the kind that Arsene Wenger want to have in the side,” Aldunate authored in the report.
“By sweetening the offer using the inclusion of Rafinha, who the Blaugrana value at $ 30 million euros, they might tempt the London-based team into selling Bellerin and also at an inexpensive cost,” he added.
Arsenal boss Arsène Wenger has always given youthful players an opportunity to shine, which means this appears such as the perfect spot for Rafinha to maneuver to.
Around the Barcelona side, the club continues to be going after Bellerín for a while now, but Barça had to consider a method to make Arsenal lower the selling price for that Spanish right-back simply because they still need sign Marco Verratti.
Based on Spanish publication Sport, Bellerín understands the discussions between Barcelona and Arsenal, and that he recognizes that negotiations will be complicated so he isn’t expecting a transfer to occur until This summer. Apparently, his family members have already moved to Catalonia.
Meanwhile, the Independent has reported that Arsenal have informed Barcelona that Bellerín isn’t for purchase. The Spanish right-back just signed a six-and-a-half-year cope with the Gunners this past year, so that they posess zero need to allow him to leave at this time. Well, unless of course Bellerín forces his way from the club.