Juventus have put their interest in Hector Bellerin on hold as they are not prepared to match Arsenal’s valuation of the footballer.
The Spaniard has been one of the underperforming players of the Arsenal team this campaign and the club are understood to be keen to cash in on the Spain International during the summer transfer window.
There are claims that the North Londoners are preparing a significant overhaul of their squad at the end of the season and are set to offload Bellerin to fund their transfer ambitions partly.
The north London giants are believed to have slapped an asking fee of around €56m on the Spain International, and it has taken some of his admirers such as Juventus by surprise.
The Italian champions are interested in signing the defender from Arsenal however according to Tuttosport; they have put their attempts to land him on hold for the moment.
The Bianconeri are in no state to spend such a sum on Bellerin and are only willing to do business for a lower value at the moment.
Bellerin is also believed to be drawing the interest of Barcelona again this summer, and even Manchester City are said to be keen on signing him at the end of the campaign.
The Spaniard has a deal until 2023 with the north London giants.