Barcelona presidential hopeful already planning to sign Arsenal full-back

Hector Bellerin of Arsenal. (Photo by Harriet Lander/Copa/Getty Images)
Hector Bellerin of Arsenal. (Photo by Harriet Lander/Copa/Getty Images) /

Barcelona presidential candidate already has plans for signings should he win.

Barcelona presidential candidate, Joan Laporta, plans to bring in Arsenal right-back, Hector Bellerin in the January transfer window as a part of his presidential campaign agenda. The Spaniard will be looking to bring back the right back to the Nou Camp after all these years.

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He plans to gain the votes of the fans with this signing as Bellerin has been a target for Barcelona for many years now. Reports suggest that a fee of 25 million euros for the Spaniard would be enough to see him over at the Nou Camp.

Despite being a La Masia graduate, Bellerin has played for the Gunners almost all of his career now. Struggling with injuries and off-form performance patches, the right-back could not exactly grow up to fulfill what was expected of him.

However, the defender’s transfer to the Nou Camp is always a fueled rumour during all the transfer windows. Barcelona have been after him for a long time now but Arsenal have not been willing to let him go.

The Premier League side are struggling a lot under Mikel Arteta and are currently sitting at 15th in the Premier League. The club is under a complete squad rebuild which may allow Hector to finally make a transfer away from the Emirates. This vulnerable state that the Gunners are in may as well be the perfect opportunity for the Catalans to cop and land their former youngster back.

Presidential candidate Laporta, looks to bring in the right-back as a power move to win over the fans who are craving for new transfers. However, the Spaniard has not mentioned anything so far that relates to the football being played on the pitch. The arrival of January in 2021 will witness the election process that will set the table for Barcelona’s future.

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