Juventus are chasing a summer move for Arsenal defender Hector Bellerin, according to reports.
The Spanish right-back has remained with the Gunners despite interest from Manchester City and Barcelona in the past.
But The Guardian claims Bellerin, 22, is growing disillusioned with life in North London, which could help the Italians seal a deal.
Juve launched a last-gasp offer at the end of last summer’s window and are apparently more determined this time.
They are struggling for options at full-back with a host of players’ futures uncertain and would have to bid over £45million to get Arsenal’s attention.
Bellerin was once considered among the best full-backs in the Premier League but his progress has stalled.
His explosive pace is a huge asset but the final product has not always been consistent and his defensive weaknesses can be exploited.
Last month, Bellerin was forced to deny attacking supporters after questioning the loyalty of those who appear on Arsenal FanTV.
He tweeted: “There’s some misleading quotes going around.
“At no point have I criticised the Arsenal fan base. I have nothing but respect for all the support we get through ups & downs.
“I just voice my opinion about a platform. Guess some people just can’t take opinion about themselves.”