Arsenal player expected to demand cancellation of his contract

Arsenal has cancelled the contracts of a number of players since Mikel Arteta became the club’s manager.

They have entrusted the Spaniard to oversee the rebuilding of a club that has been very poor in the last few campaigns.

He inherited a squad that had players on fat salaries who could not get their job done properly.

Gradually, he is replacing them with better and younger players, and so many new men have joined his squad.

One man who has been at the Emirates for over a decade is Hector Bellerin, but this is most likely his last campaign with Arsenal.

The Spaniard is surplus to requirements at the Emirates, and he spent the last season on loan at Real Betis.

He did well, and they want him to return, but they cannot pay Arsenal’s asking price.

Bellerin also wants to return to the Seville club, and this is an issue because Arsenal cannot get him to agree to join another suitor instead.

Be Soccer is now reporting that he might follow in the steps of Mesut Ozil and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and ask for his contract to be terminated.

This will help Betis sign him for free and pay him a smaller salary than what he makes now.

Just Arsenal Opinion

Bellerin has been at the Emirates long enough to leave us for the club he wants.

His form in the last campaign should have made us some money from his sale this summer.

But he has set his mind on joining a certain club, and we might not successfully change it.

Tags Hector Bellerin


  1. No player can demand to leave The club whoever the player is has the final say and the club can make the plyer see out his contract pending on the situation

  2. We’ve been paying his wages so we need to recoup some by receiving a fee. If Betis is not paying then he should stay till his contract is over

  3. We will at least save his considerable wages , IF, as I now expect, we agree to cancel his contact. Personally, though he is a decent human being, I cannot wait to see him leave us for good, since as player and esp as a defender, I have always thought him hopeless.

  4. Let him see his contract run down if he doesn’t want to go where we can scoop some thing bcz it’s trying to send wrong message to other players, This should stop with those who have gone. No more counciling contract.

  5. I’m really dissapointed at the way he allowed 15 million slipped through our hands by refusing to join suitors capable of paying our asking price esp juve and atletico who can even increase his wages and guarantee him CL football but instead he chose a move to betis who can’t pay our asking price,pay him higher wages and guarantee european football as a whole talkless of CL football.well 5.7 million saved anyway.


    Let’s not forget, HB has been a good servant of the club for many years. He had the opportunity to leave for Barcelona two years ago but rejected it after Arteta intervened personally and asked him to stay.

    For sure, there are glaring weaknesses in his game, but in terms of personal character and attitude, HB was and still is sheer class.

    If we can afford to invest in toxic players like PEA, Willian and Ozil (based on Edu’s bizzare definition of the word “investment”) why can’t we slash the cash on Hector too?

  7. Well we can terminate his contract if he willing to pay the evaluation of the club. For “n” number of years our medicos treated him for free, who will pay those dues? It’s easy to say “terminate the contract” or “he has been a loyal servant” blah, blah, blah, He should move I agree, but the club has to benefit too for all the investment on these players what did they give back to the club? 0 EPL titles 0 European titles. Period! Suficiente es suficiente!

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