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Paris Saint Germain are weighing up a move for Arsenal Hector Bellerin, according to report.

The right back has been superb since he broke into the Gunners first team and has attracted interest from his former club Barcelona.

 According to French Publication L’Equipe via Sport witness, PSG could be interested in signing the right back.

 PSG are reportedly in search of a right back due to the uncertain futures of their two rightbacks, Gregory Van der Weil’s contract expires at the end of the season while Serge Aurier is in trouble with the club following the recent controversial video that went viral online.

However, PSG will be better of turning their attention somewhere else because it will be very difficult to lure Bellerin away from the Emirates this summer, as he recently stated he is happy in England.

‘I left Barca without looking back. I left focused on London and Arsenal and I am really happy there.

‘I signed a new deal last year and there’s still a lot in front of me.

‘It’s a club that’s forming a great team, with players like Alexis Sanchez and Mesut Ozil.

‘My future is there and I am happy where I am. A lot of things can happen in football, but I am at Arsenal, giving my all for the club. I am not thinking of going anywhere else.

‘After last season and having started to play with the first team at Arsenal, my objective this year was to play as much as possible. And I have to give my thanks to the manager because he’s given me a lot of minutes, allowing me to complete my objective.


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