Date: 5th October 2015 at 7:32pm
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Calciomercato.

The 30-year-old endured a difficult debut season for the Gunners last term due to persistent injuries and lost his starting place in the side to Hector Bellerin as a result.

Debuchy is now over his injury hell but finds himself behind Bellerin in the right-back pecking order and did admit that he considered leaving the Emirates over the summer.

Juventus are aware of the Frenchman’s dilemma at Arsenal are keen to make a move for him when the January transfer window opens.

So far this season, Debuchy has made just one Premier League start for Arsene Wenger’s side (three in total), and with Bellerin now the first-choice right-back at the club, the French defender could opt for a move to Turin if things don’t change in the upcoming months, especially with the European Championships in France next summer.

Personally, I wouldn’t mind seeing the back of Debuchy.

I have never rated the Frenchman and believe he isn’t the same player he was when he was at Newcastle.

If a good offer comes in for him from Juve, or any other club for that matter, then I hope the club take it and recall Carl Jenkinson from his loan at West Ham to challenge Bellerin for the right-back spot.