Arsenal can put Bellerin fee towards two summer targets who want to join

Arsenal would be able to put the money made from Hector Bellerin towards two players in the summer transfer window that want to sign.

The Gunners are looking to splash the cash at the end of the season with Mikel Arteta in charge.

The Spaniard has several players in mind as he eyes building his own squad after a miserable campaign in the Premier League.

Arsenal sit 10th in the table and seem unable to put any consistent form together.

It means European competition next season seems a pipe dream – which would affect the transfer market, especially buying players this summer.

What is more likely is that Arsenal will have to sell players in order to bolster their funds.

And one man is catching the attention in the form of Bellerin, who was wanted by Paris Saint-Germain last year, as well as Barcelona.

The links back to Barca have calmed down, especially since their acquisition of Sergino Dest – but PSG remain as interested as ever,

The Parisians are desperate for a right-back with Alessandro Florenzi set to return to Roma at the end of his loan.

Bellerin has been a first-team regular at the Emirates since 2014 but Arteta might be ready to cash in to boost funds ahead of two prospective transfers.

The Gunners coach is keen on bolstering his midfield and signing Martin Odegaard on a permanent basis is a priority.

The Norway international was left out of the Real Madrid team mostly by Zinedine Zidane and does not want to return if the Frenchman is still in charge, with Arsenal being a suitable location.

While Brighton star Yves Bissouma is keen on a move to the Gunners in the summer, according to Football London.

Despite the signing of Thomas Partey, Arteta still wants to bulk up that are of the pitch and the Mali international has been a standout performer for the Seagulls.

Liverpool are also interested in the 24-year-old but the funds made from a prospective Bellerin transfer could nudge them over the line.

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