Arsenal's four right-back transfer options with Gunners keen to sell Hector Bellerin

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Arsenal are reportedly looking to sell Hector Bellerin this summer and will be eyeing an instant replacement should that come to fruition. The Spaniard’s 10-year stint with the Gunners could end in the coming months after losing his place in Mikel Arteta’s plans.

According to Fabrizio Romano, Arsenal want to offload Bellerin permanently this summer rather than loaning him out.

The reputable journalist claims negotiations between Inter Milan and Arsenal aren’t advanced but has reaffirmed the Gunners’ stance over a sale.

With Bellerin likely to be leaving the Emirates Stadium this summer, Arteta will undoubtedly be eyeing a replacement in the same transfer window.

Even if the 26-year-old stays in north London, it’s clear the Arsenal manager wants a different player as his starting right-back.

With that said, Express Sport look at four different players who could potentially start on the right of Arteta’s defence this season.

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Emerson joined Barcelona in 2019 but has spent the last two seasons and thrived at La Liga rivals Real Betis.

Arsenal have been previously linked with the 22-year-old, and Barcelona would reportedly accept a fee of around £20million.

With the Catalan club in desperate need to sell players this summer, Arsenal should pounce and secure an excellent long-term option in Emerson.

Max Aarons

Remarkably, Max Aarons hasn’t yet been snapped up already after a string of brilliant campaigns at Norwich City.

After helping the Canaries to a Premier League return, this summer could be one where he finally departs.

He’d likely require a larger sum than the other names on this list, but the 21-year-old Englishman would be worth every penny.

Norwich won’t want to lose another star man without time to replace him, though, so suitors should act fast.

Zeki Celik

With Zeki Celik reportedly available for just £13m this summer, it should be a no brainer that Arsenal go for him.

The 24-year-old had a Euro 2020 campaign to forget with Turkey but enjoyed a phenomenal 2020/21 season with Lille.

After he helped his club to the Ligue 1 title, Arsenal should follow up their reported interest and potentially secure one of the bargains of the summer.

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