Héctor Bellerín is one of Juve’s key transfer targets for the summer, according to The Guardian.
The Bianconeri are on the lookout for a new right-back as Stephan Lichtsteiner is almost certain to leave the club when his contract ends June.
The Guardian report that Bellerin is having doubts about his future at Arsenal and the Bianconeri believe they can sign the Spain International, despite interest from Manchester City and Barcelona.
According to The Guardian, Juventus previously made enquires for Bellerín in the January transfer window with a view to laying the groundwork for a summer move.
The transfer could cost Juve at least £45m, the same amount Barcelona offered for him at the end of last season:
Guardian: Bellerín was chased by Barcelona towards the end of last season and for much of the summer. He had joined Arsenal from Barcelona as a 16-year-old in 2011 and the appeal of a return was strong. Barcelona were willing to commit to a package of €70m for him. The fee was €45m; the total wages €25m. Arsenal said no. They simply would not sell.
Bellerín has scored seven goals and provided thirteen assists during his five seasons in North London and has a contract with the Gunners until 2022.