Under-fire Arsenal chief steps in, £45m-rated ace going nowhere

Arsenal owner Stan Kroenke has reportedly stepped in and put an end to the possibility of Hector Bellerin leaving the club for Barcelona this summer. The Spaniard has been heavily linked with a return... [Read More]

Barcelona considering €30m Juventus star after withdrawing interest in €50m Spaniard

Barcelona are considering a bid for Juventus winger Juan Cuadrado this summer after all but giving up on Arsenal’s Hector Bellerin. [Read More]

Barcelona join chase for Arsenal transfer target Juan Cuadrado

Juan Cuadrado is on Barcelona’s radar this summer (Picture: Getty) Barcelona have reportedly joined the running to sign Juventus winger and rumoured Arsenal transfer target Juan Cuadrado this su... [Read More]

Under £26m: Arsenal play hardball with Barcelona over Arda Turan

Arsenal are reportedly unwilling to pay more than £26m (€30m) for Barcelona midfielder, Arda Turan. [Read More]

21-year-old star and 20-year-old winger recommended to Arsene Wenger

Arsenal legend Robert Pires has recommend Thomas Lemar and Ousmane Dembele to Arsenal. [Read More]

Arsenal owner phones star to tell him he's not for sale

Stan Kroenke has reportedly told Hector Bellerin he is not for sale. [Read More]

Barcelona finally get the message about Bellerin

Barcelona have reportedly ended their pursuit of Hector Bellerin - for now at least. [Read More]

Stan Kroenke calls Hector Bellerin to end hopes of Barcelona transfer

Hector Bellerin is set to stay at Arsenal this summer. (AMA/Getty Images) Stan Kroenke has reportedly called Hector Bellerin to tell him that he will not be sold to Barcelona, according to reports in ... [Read More]

£12.75million-rated Barcelona star considering Arsenal move this summer

According to ESPN Brazil, Barcelona star Rafinha is considering an offer to move to Arsenal this summer. What’s the Word? Brazilian reports are suggesting that Rafinha could be on his way to Arsenal t... [Read More]

England or Spain? Arsenal star reveals which country is better for developing the next generation

Hector Bellerín believes England is a better place for young players to develop in comparison to his native Spain due to a higher level of professionalism and more opportunities being available. [Read More]
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