Arsenal right-back Hector Bellerín continues to be linked with a move away from the Emirates however Terry Gibson believes he hasn’t done enough to warrant his huge price tag.

Barcelona were initially favourites for the 22-year-old’s signature, especially having previously owned him as a youth player before letting him join Arsenal in 2011. However it appears as though they are exploring other defensive alternatives whilst monitoring his ongoing situation.

Premier League rivals Manchester City have now emerged as frontrunners as they attempt to unsettle the youngster, despite having signed an improved contract extension last November to ward off this level of interest from other clubs.

The club’s director of football, Txiki Begiristain, has reportedly contacted Bellerín’s agent on a number of occasions as he makes attempts to start negotiations. Despite this though, Bellerín is believed to be reluctant to betray Arsenal’s faith in him by joining a Premier League rival.

Reports have suggested it’d take a bid in the region of €50-60m to encourage Arsenal into selling, despite adamant claims that they are not interested in doing business.

Spanish football expert Terry Gibson has said that a move for Bellerín doesn’t represent value for money, at least given his inconsistent form in recent months.

As quoted by the Daily Star he said, “I’m not sure he’s done enough yet. I know the link is going to be there because he’s an ex-Barcelona player.

There was a period he was playing really well as a right-back for Arsenal,” Gibson continued.

Injuries coupled with Arsenal’s drastic drop in form just before Christmas has meant that collective performances have dropped.

Gibson suggested that they’d be overpaying for a player with huge potential, but one who shouldn’t leave the Premier League too early.

Barcelona would have to pay huge money to get him and it might be too early to make that decision.

“You could find better value for money. It’s mainly because of the link – that’s why he’s being linked with them.