Arsenal transfer demand is a problem for Spanish club

Real Betis is refusing to give up on signing Hector Bellerin, but they are also not meeting Arsenal’s asking price for his signature.

The right-back spent the last campaign on loan at the Spanish club, and he wants to return there.

They also need him in their team and have maintained their interest, but being interested is not enough.

Arsenal wants them to put their money where their need is and come to buy him.

However, they are struggling to do so, and a report on Sport Witness reveals that the Gunners’ demand is a problem.

This is because Betis has been unable to sell the players they hoped to offload, and they are now in a position of weakness in terms of adding him to their squad again.

Both clubs will have to wait and see if the Spaniards can gather the resources needed to sign him.

Just Arsenal Opinion

We do not owe Bellerin a favour, so we should earn good money from his sale.

His form on loan in La Liga lasts season has made him valuable again, and it is only natural that we make some money from his sale.

Hopefully, a more serious suitor will soon emerge to add him to their squad.

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  1. seeing. Spread out the terms to allow them 2 years to pay, and Bellerin can pay too if he wants to go.

    He’s willing to take a massive pay cut, so let him do something to help Arsenal.

  2. Swap deal would be good, if any of their players interest Arsenal. They have a fairly good team.

  3. he is way better than souares in my opinion from his performance last season….I will take him over soures for second choice

  4. I think Arsenal should do everything to move on all the players we don’t need this summer,even if it means losing money,giving favourable terms, getting paid by installments,add ons…as I already said if we manage to do it,this should be the last window when we have to do it but it would also mark the proper end a more blaming past managers, staff, recruitment..but also no more excuses for MA and Edu.lastly,losses could be soften by the savings on wages.

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