Juventus remain keen in signing Hector Bellerin, but have been put off by Arsenal’s £40m price-tag.
The defender who signed a new long-term contract last year had been linked with a move to Barcelona in the summer.
Bellerin, 22, displaced Mattieu Debuchy in 2014 to break into the Arsenal first-team. Last season saw the Spaniard suffer his first real dip in form, but the right-back recovered to help the Gunners win their seventh FA Cup under Arsene Wenger.
Barcelona were rumoured to be eying a return for their former academy player, but it appears Juventus are also monitoring his situation.
talkSPORT claim the Serie A champions are reluctant to make a move after learning Arsenal are demanding at least £40m to part with the player.
The Spaniard remains a top target for the Italian outfit, but Juve will have to look elsewhere if the Gunners’ evaluation does not drop.
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