Since establishing himself as the Gunners’ resident No.2, the Spain international has emerged as one of the most exciting young full-backs in Europe.
One goal and five assists in 36 Premier League appearances saw the Spain international claim a spot in last season’s PFA Team of the Year and a place in Vincente del Bosque’s Euro 2016 squad.
Recent reports have claimed former club Barcelona could swoop for the 21-year-old, who previously spent eight years in the La Masia youth ranks, following Dani Alves’ departure to Juventus.
And Transfer Market Web claim Arsenal will turn target West Ham’s Sam Byram as a direct replacement for Bellerin.
The 22-year-old only signed for the Hammers in January, completing a move from Leeds United for an undisclosed fee, and has made just four appearances in the Premier League so far.