Further reports are seemingly confirming interest from Atletico Madrid and Sevilla in a move for Arsenal right-back Hector Bellerin this summer.

LONDON, ENGLAND: Hector Bellerin of Arsenal reacts during a Premier League match on November 23, 2019. (Photo by Julian Finney/Getty Images)

The Mirror report that Atletico Madrid and Sevilla are coveting Hector Bellerin, as the player himself considers a move back to Spain. The La Liga clubs are banking on him pushing for a move back to the country.

Both Atletico and Sevilla are in the market for a new full-back this summer, or whenever the window is. Bellerin does still have three years left on his Arsenal contract, though. He’s also one of the captains of the club, second only to Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.

All the same, this isn’t the first report of interest in Bellerin from La Liga. Earlier this week, La Razon also claimed Atletico and Sevilla had an interest in the player. They named Real Betis as an interested party as well, but the Mirror left Betis out.

Funnily enough, Bellerin actually has more of a connection to Betis than the other two. He was a fan of the club as a child, through his father. To be fair, it’s very possible that fact is the only reason La Razon threw the team into the mix.

Whatever the case may be, it seems Arsenal and Bellerin have a decision to make this summer.