Arsenal look set to miss out on UEFA Champions League football for the second consecutive season after a poor 2017/18 campaign, while this week alone the struggling Gunners have been twice hammered by Manchester City to highlight the gulf in class between the club and their rivals.
As such, The Guardian's report notes that Juventus believe they can prise Bellerin - who was heavily linked with Manchester City prior to their summer capture of Kyle Walker - away from the Emirates Stadium at the end of the season
The Bianconeri are said to have most recently made an enquiry in January and are aware that any offer must be in the region of £45m to have a chance. That figure would put Bellerin in a similar bracket to the aforementioned Walker and City colleague Benjamin Mendy.
Juve bought Mattia de Sciglio last summer following Dani Alves' departure to Paris Saint-Germain, but with the former AC Milan star missing a lot of the season so far through injury and Stephan Lichtsteiner recently turning 34, the need for a new right-back is being felt in Turin.
Should Bellerin walk, it could also represent a potentially slippery slope for Arsenal as other frustrated individuals weigh up their own future at the club.