German Bundesliga outfit Bayer Leverkusen have failed to land Arsenal right full-back Hector Bellerin after making an attempt this summer transfer window.
Hector Bellerin is in high demand by top European clubs with Bayer Leverkusen making moves to play a fast one over other suitors but they were unable to agree on personal terms as they cannot afford to pay his weekly wage.
This was exposed German outlet Fussball Transfer report, which claims that Hector Bellerin was a subject of speculations for a move away from the North London outfit but manager Mikel Arteta is not too convince the player should leave.
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French Ligue 1 outfit Paris Saint Germain are the obvious suitors for Hector Bellerin and are reportedly ready to make a £30 million offer for the Spanish defender but they are yet to see any ‘green light’ from the North London club.
Hector Bellerin’s performance in Arsenal’s Community Shield game against Liverpool could have played a role in convincing Mikel Arteta but a final decision is yet to be made over his future as PST are still keen and could make an improved bid but a lot can still happen before the end of the summer transfer window as this is expected to be a very long saga.