Hector Bellerin is claimed to be keen on a move to Barcelona this summer, and is to ask the Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger to open the door for his exit. The Spain international joined the club from the Catalan giants as a 16 year-old, and worked his way through the ranks before making his debut at the age of 18.
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain has been impressing in a new-found wing-back role in recent weeks, which has left Arsenal team-mate Hector Bellerin benched.
The season is nearly over, and with Spurs pretty much handing the Premier League title to Chelsea last night, it makes sense to look partly at the coming campaign.
Hector Bellerin has warned our rival side Tottenham Hotspur that Arsenal are in a great place coming into the crunch match on Sunday. Arsenal won against Leicester City last night to give themselves a third consecutive win in all competitions for the first time since January, and are now looking ahead to taking on Spurs at White Hart Lane this weekend.
Hector Bellerin has found himself on the Arsenal bench for the last two matches, leaving some fans with concerns over his future.
The Spanish international has been strongly linked with a move to one of Manchester City or Barcelona this summer, just as he was in previous transfer windows, and the speculation is building towards another long summer of rumours.
Lionel Messi was supposedly told his club Barcelona that he would like to see Arsenal’s Hector Bellerin, Liverpool’s Philippe Coutinho, Monaco’s Bernardo Silva and Paris Saint-Germain’s Marco Verratti join him this summer.
The superstar is believed to have a strong influence within the running of the club, and is often asked his opinion on potential targets.
Arsenal’s Hector Bellerin has been linked with moves to Barcelona and Manchester City over the past year or so, and we are now said to be eyeing Napoli’s Elseid Hysaj.
Arsenal defender Hector Bellerin has been strongly linked with a move away from the club in recent windows, and speculation is unlikely to let up.