Even though the Arsenal and Spain star Hector Bellerin has been saying the right things in recent times on the subject of his future as a Gunner amid the growing number of Arsenal transfer rumours about his potential return to Spain’s La Liga with his boyhood club FC Barcelona, we really wanted this to be confirmed by the defender signing a new contract with Arsenal.
Even though Arsene Wenger no longer has his hands tied, financially speaking, when it comes to bringing new players to Arsenal and keeping our best ones from being cherry picked during a transfer window, the Frenchman still does not have the clout of a few of our Premier League rivals such as Man City and United.
Reports are emerging from Spain that Arsenal’s Alexis Sanchez is under the threat of going to prison for unpaid taxes.
The Chilean has been in stupendous form so far this season in an Gunners shirt, but is now under investigation for supposed undeclared earnings, which should have been taxed, during his time at Barcelona previously.
Even though the Arsenal and Spain international star Hector Bellerin still has three years left to run on his current contract, which he signed last summer after securing his place in the Arsenal first team and doing so well in his 36 Premier League games that he was voted into the PFA team of the season.
Hector Bellerin looks like he could be on his way out of Arsenal in the near future, with a number of reports linking him with the exit door.
The full-back joined from Barcelona as a 16 year-old, and after working his way through the ranks, is now a key member of our first-team squad.
Hector Bellerin is set to open new talks with Arsenal after the international break, with a significant pay-rise set to be included. The 21 year-old has been hugely impressive since breaking through into the first-team in 2014 thanks to an injury to Mathieu Debuchy, and has not looked back since.
Arsenal defender Hector Bellerin has been strongly linked with a return to Barcelona, but they may no longer be ready to follow up on their interest.
The Spaniard left the Barca youth set-up in order to sign his first professional contract with Arsenal, and has risen up through the ranks in North-London to become one of the first names on the team sheet week-in week-out.
Barcelona have praised Arsenal’s Hector Bellerin amidst reported interest from the club, and now reports claim the Gunners are willing to sell.
The 21 year-old has been heavily impressive since making his breakthrough in 2014, highlighted by his inclusion in last season’s Premier League PFA Team of the Year.