Arsenal man ignoring interested clubs after choosing his next destination

Hector Bellerin has refused to change his stance on a return to Real Betis in this transfer window.

The full-back spent the last season on loan at the Spanish club after being declared surplus to requirements at the Emirates.

He is in the final year of his Arsenal deal, and the club wants to offload him.

He impressed in Spain, so the likes of AS Roma and Villarreal have shown an interest in him in recent weeks.

However, the full-back is only interested in moving back to Seville to link up with Betis.

Estadio Deportivo claims he has received offers from other teams, but he is not interested and only wants his loan club.

This means Arsenal will be forced to accept the amount the La Liga club will offer to them.

Just Arsenal Opinion

Bellerin’s fine spell on loan at Betis should have been a great opportunity for us to make some money from his sale.

However, if he insists on joining only them, we will miss out on decent money and he is one player that has to be offloaded from the squad at the Emirates very soon.

It would be interesting to see how much Betis will offer to us to add him to their squad.

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  1. WHY does he HAVE TO BE offloaded?
    WHY are other clubs, including AM by the way, after him?
    WHY was Bellerin made Captain in our friendly the other day?

    He has one year left on his contract, he has made it clear he will only leave for Betis, so the choice is with the club – honour his contract and utilise him in the squad… OR… accept the offer from Betis.

    Don’t blame the player, what EXACTLY has he done wrong?

    1. @ken1945
      RealTalk…He has served the club long, well and without incident. He deserves more respect from the club and fans than what he’s getting…IJS

  2. Not worth selling him at this point. Keep him and let him leave on a free next summer. He’s still only 27 and can certainly be an asset splitting time with Tomiyasu so neither one of them gets overworked. Don’t even get me started on how much better he is than Soares…

  3. I’m actually not sure the players or the clubs necessarily deserve respect.
    It’s dog eat dog
    Hopefully in the future there will be a different way of parting but at the moment the players can stick to their current position
    Maybe the clubs can find another way to assist a player to move elsewhere in the future
    I ‘tend’ to stick with the club rather than the player – it’s called being selfish

    1. @SueP
      I think it’s ok to be selfish, when someone puts their best interest before yours…That works both ways. Ending up in a stalemate, as we see…IJS

  4. As I said, what has Hector done wrong?
    The club sent him out on loan and he performed so well, the club want to sign him.
    No slacking or sulking, as one would expect from a real and professional footballer.
    I don’t blame the club either, as Mikel has, it seemed, decided he doesn’t want him.

    Of course, that didn’t stop him naming the player as captain in our first pre season game.

    I hope he stays, because I believe he will behave in exactly the same way as he did while out on loan.

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