Barcelona have reportedly agreed personal terms with Arsenal defender Hector Bellerin ahead of a move to the Camp Nou.
Spanish defender Bellerin continues to be linked with a move to the Catalan side after Arsenal failed to qualify for next season’s Champions League and his place in Arsene Wenger’s starting eleven changed during the latter part of the season.
Despite this, Gunners boss Wenger called on Bellerin to be a key part of his side after he signed a new two-year deal to remain as boss.
But, Spanish media outlet RAC1, claim that Bellerin and Barca have agreed terms.
An official bid is now expected to be made by Barcelona, with Bellerin set to call Arsenal and request the English side to accept the bid.
It is thought that an offer under £35million, will not be accepted, but Barca seem willing to make them amount up with add-ons and future payments.
Bellerin left Barcelona in 2011 for Barcelona and could be set to follow Gerard Deulofeu in returning to the Camp Nou, after the Spanish winger was linked with a move from Everton.