​Arsenal are reportedly believed to be ready to let right-back Hector Bellerin move on in the summer for a fee close to £50 million. The Gunners would be looking to use the money obtained from his sale to rebuild their squad. 

As per reports in the ​Daily Mirror, quoting the ​Daily Mail, despite the Spaniard recapturing some of his old form, cashing in on him would help the club continue revamping their squad. 

Due to the contract he signed in the 2016/17 season, Bellerin currently has a high market value and is viewed as an attractive proposition by many top European clubs. Juventus are said to be leading the chase for the Arsenal man.

His boyhood club, Barcelona, have been linked with him in the past but the signing of Nelson Semedo hasn't worked out very well. Manchester City were said to be interested as well, but their capture of Kyle Walker ended their hunt for someone in the right-back position. 

The 22-year-old is said to be content at the Emirates Stadium but would be happy to move to a club where he can fulfil his aspirations of playing at the highest level and competing for major honours.

Hector Bellerin has made 35 appearances for the Gunners in all competitions this season and was recently in the news for trolling Watford captain Troy Deeney after he ​missed a penalty in their 3-0 loss to the Gunners.