Posted on June 06, 2017 by ADMIN

There is no way that Arsenal will let Bellerin leave after signing new contract!

It is no secret that Arsenal’s failure to qualify for the Champions League has put the futures of the Gunners’ big stars in serious doubt. While reports in regards to Mesut Ozil and Alexis Sanchez have dominated media attention, one rumor that has refused to die down on the sidelines is Hector Bellerin’s proposed move back to Barcelona, with new manager Ernesto Valverde reportedly keen on the player’s services.

The source of the latest report in regards to the story, Spanish paper Sport, further claim that the Catalan giants’ Sporting Director Roberto Fernandez is scheduled to meet the Arsenal star personally in the coming days to conduct negotiations ahead of a £44 million move back to the Nou Camp for the young Spanish star, with Barca identifying the right-back slot as one of the areas that need to be bolstered ahead of the new campaign.

Well, the story does seem to make some sense considering that Barca are indeed looking for reinforcements at right-back and Bellerin being a product of the club’s renowned La Masia academy. With the 22-year-old making waves ever since breaking into the Gunners’ first-team, you could see why his former club would want him back. However, this is all the credibility I can see about the story.

As the player recently signed a new long-term contract at the Emirates, Arsenal are under no pressure to sell. More importantly, there does not seem to be much interest from Bellerin himself, with the former Barca man reiterating his desire to stay with the Gunners recently, saying: “I signed my contract because I wanted to be here. I wouldn’t have done it otherwise.”

Despite losing his place recently to Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, the flying Spaniard produced some splendid performances after the Englishman’s injury and is firmly established as the Gunners’ first-choice right wing-back. So while the interest from Barcelona is quite evident for all to see, I believe that Bellerin will stay put this summer and continue to thrive on Arsenal’s right flank.

Can you really see Wenger letting Bellerin leave just one year into a six-year contract? In your dreams, you all know how Wenger feels about fulfilling contracts!

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18 thoughts on “There is no way that Arsenal will let Bellerin leave after signing new contract!

  1. RSH

    We need to keep Bellerin, despite him having a bad season he still has great potential. If he doesn’t want to work hard and fight for his position though, then there is nothing that can be done.

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    1. Incarnate

      Bellerin played his last game for the club against Chelsea. Arsenal will not turn down 40 million pounds for him. I think the plan all along was to train him on behalf of Barcelona and make a massive profit on him. Watch how Jon Toral will be the next project. On the bright side, Joel Campbell is coming back and I think he is a sure bet for the RWB slot, and he has more of a physical presence than Bellerin.

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  2. Jaydawg

    Surely in todays silly football climate/world he is worth more than £44 million.

    Sit back, telax and enjoy your summers gooners. Dont stress about who comes or goes. Everyone enjoys watching Arsenal its painful sometimes because u love the club. If u didnt you wouldnt be commenting and reading blogs like this.

    Up the gunners!

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  3. Robert Newton

    I like Bellerin but he had a poor season. If Barcelona offer 30-35 million we should accept it. We can sign Sidibe and new goal keeper from that money. Szczesny and Ospina will leave too.

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    1. Arsenal FC

      That’s too less.45mil should be minimum,if Barca want him that bad then let them pay through the nose for him.

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  4. jamaicanarsenal

    bellerin is he good at defending no lack position awareness and weak at Ariel defending going forward is he good at crossing passing shoot what tell me what is good about is game then we call wenger delusional

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  5. Jamaican gooner

    If they’re really offering 44million I said lets take, he’s no carvajal and I definitely don’t see him becoming the next lahm.

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  6. jamaicanarsenal

    all the very big an great club around the world is because of there fans the influence who to sign and how to get rid of arsenal is a weak club because of their delusional clueless funs players in lower league in France is worth more than our players we should keep the ox because he have a outstanding season how much goals and assist compare to misplace passing and he was our stand out player this season

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  7. gmv8

    I get the feeling that AW is looking to keep the squad together at all costs. Barca are living in the past. Just because they click their fingers no longer means they can command any player they want, especially from Arsenal and especially with five years left on the contract. Maybe Bellerin’s poor form and ridiculous hair styles make sense now with his parents going back to Spain and Barca on the blower

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  8. Wahyu

    Well, i am a barca fan, yet this is a good news for me. Barca indeed need a right-back. And it is between bellerin or nelson semedo. And to be honest i do like semedo more than bellerin. But according to the media lately, bellerin has come very close to barca. I hope this is not true, and both parties are happy.

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  9. RAZ

    NO WAY WE R TIRED OF LETTING OUR YOUNG TALENTED PLAYERS TO GO HE SHOULD STAY NEXT YR WE R HAVING ALOT OF COMPTITIONS ARSENAL IS NOLONGER ACHEAP TEAM TO SELL EVERY TALENTED PLAYER HE IS OURS EN HE HAS GAT TO STAY THESE DAYS 40M IS NOTHING TO AGREAT PLAYER LIKE BELLERINE DO U THINK THERE IS AGARRANTE WE WANT HIM TO STAY PLZ EN PLZ SELL PEOPLE WHO R NOT DOING ANYTHING TO THE CLUB THE LIKES OF PAULISTER LAURENT WHO WAS GETTING OUT OF THE PITCH ALWAYS IN BIG GAMES YET IS THE CAPTAIN BRING BACK CAMBO SELL THOSE WHO LOANED WILSHIRE CHAMBERS ETC

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  10. Janssen

    Like it or not we are a selling club when the big clubs come knocking on the door for our players.

    We have not had any potential world class players for a while but Bellerin is probably the last one of them despite a lesser season which is not unusual at his age and at Arsenal. With the proper coaching, and Barca can supply that, I would not be surprised if Bellerin goes on to become the world’s best RB.

    As goes for any player IMO, if they want to leave it is hard to keep them, contracts are not worth a lot. Can you image the effort you would get if 30% (Sanchez, Ozil, and Bellerin) of your players on the pitch want to be at some other place?

    Add to that the fact that OX is a much better wingback than Bellerin and I think there is a big chance of Bellerin leaving.

    Some here are mentioning 30 -35 million IMO that has got to be a joke. If Van Dijk is worth 60 despite not being world class than Bellerin should not go for less than 60 million having the potential to be the best in the world for years to come and a 5 year contract. He should easily be worth 12.5 million per year to barca.

    I expect Wenger to do what he has done in similar situations in the past and that is to try to convince Bellerin to stay one more season but if that fails he will sell.

    The question is who do we get to replace him?

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    1. lord wafflebury

      Kroenke has 45 million reasons why he will let bellerin go

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      1. Janssen

        Bellerin for 45 million is a bargain. I would not let him go for less than 60 million.

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  11. Adi

    John Stones £47.5 million.

    how much is Bellerin than worth. £65 million to £100 million.

    Please think before you post. Would Arsenal really let him go for 44 with a six years contract or if we really sell him 70 million upwards.

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    1. JIMKO ARSENAL

      let him leave already..we can use that money elsewhere on the team

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