Arsenal in talks with Europa League side over 26 year-old’s potential loan

Arsenal and Real Betis are claimed to be in talks over the possible loan of Hector Bellerin.

The 26 year-old is expected to leave the Emirates this summer as the Gunners look to overhaul the squad, and Betis have emerged as keen potenitial suitors with ABC de Sevilla claiming talks over a loan are in progress.

This season’s standout star Emerson Royal will leave to join up with Barcelona, a pre-agreed arrangement prior to his arrival in Spain from Brazil, leaving them in need of a new option at right-back.

Bellerin lost his first-team role in North London this season, with Calum Chambers being picked ahead of him on numerous occasions following his return from injury.

A return to Spain could now become a reality for Hector after he moved to the club a decade ago to join up with our academy, before breaking into the first-team in 2013.

Bellerin hit the ground running when getting his chance as an 18 year-old, but his progress has stalled in recent seasons, although that could largely have been down his regular injury absences.

I find it hard to believe that Arsenal would accept a loan however, as the right-back’s value will drop drastically in a year’s time when he will have just the one year remaining on his current deal.

Would Bellerin be keen on a switch to Betis? Surely his exit should be a means to raise funds this summer, no?

Patrick

Tags Hector Bellerin loan Real Betis

4 Comments

  1. Grandad says:

    Never mind a loan for a player of his age and experience.Straight sale or nothing .Seville is a beautiful City which should appeal to Bellerin with his fashionable instincts .

  2. The-Real-Vieira-Lynn-4ever says:

    It makes functionally no sense to arrange a loan agreement with Betis, which would undoubtedly require us to pay a portion of his wages, as there’s little chance they would reconfigure their whole business model to accommodate Bellerin…I would rather we find a buyer and if that doesn’t materialize I would just keep him on in the hopes that we might find a desperate suitor come January, then focus our financial attentions on properly shoring up our midfield and cover issues

    1. John Ibrahim says:

      in this Covid period no many clubs are willing to pay for players

      most clubs would prefer to loan as that is a cheaper option

      not every clubs in this world are as wealthy as fans where fans would pay whatever they wants in Fifa21

  3. Val says:

    no no no, just sell him
    no loan that is just stupid on so many levels

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