Arsenal look to £18 million right back to replace Hector Bellerin

Written by Edward Pitt

June 10, 2021

In order to replace the likely to depart Hector Bellerin, Arsenal are looking to RB Leipzig.

The Athletic have reported that we have identified US right back Tyler Adams, 22, to solve our right back problems.

Despite having three potential options at right-back last season in Chambers, Cedric and Bellerin, none of them really did enough to suggest they are good enough to be our starting right back moving forward.

Especially with the many rumours linking Bellerin with a move away, it is highly likely a new right back will be signed. In fact, Fabrizio Romano reported that a right back will definitely be signed this summer.

Adams has a market value of £18 million, and Arteta is reportedly a fan because of his ability to play either as a right back or a central midfielder.

Thoughts on this signing Gooners? I still believe someone like Celik of Lille would be a better option for us, or even Ridle Baku, but Adams still seems like a promising option.

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