Italian giants Juventus are keeping an eye on Arsenal’s Hector Bellerin, and are plotting a move for the player in January, according to the Italian media.
After winning the title in the last six Serie A seasons, Juventus are struggling so far this campaign, as Napoli are the leaders to date, and new signings are expected in the upcoming transfer window.
The Champions League finalists lost Dani Alves to Paris Saint-Germain in the summer and failed to replace him, with the Serie A side seeing Bellerin as an ideal replacement.
Tutto Mercato have also suggested that Juventus have already been in contact with the Spanish full-backs’ representatives as they plot a move for the player in the January window, after previously being strongly linked with the player in the summer.
Bellerin, 22, has been in and around the Arsenal first team for the last four years, after joining from Barcelona’s youth setup.