Bellerin’s future still uncertain despite his good form at Real Betis

Hector Bellerin could still return to Arsenal at the end of this season despite enjoying a good loan spell at Real Betis.

The full-back left Arsenal for the La Liga side in the summer after he was deemed surplus to requirements by Mikel Arteta.

He wanted a permanent transfer away from the club, but no suitor could reach an agreement with the Gunners.

He still has a deal with them until next year and will return if Betis doesn’t sign him permanently, despite his seemingly good form for them.

Ideally, when a loanee makes an impact or becomes a regular at his temporary home, he gets signed up, but that might not be the case for Bellerin.

Real Betis’ sporting director Antonio Cordón has just revealed that they have not spoken to Arsenal about signing him permanently.

He told ABC Sevilla: “We are still not negotiating with Arsenal, and we haven’t spoken about the future. We have to wait to see how we finish the season.”

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Bellerin will not be happy about this development considering he has tried to be on his best form and has openly admitted he would love to stay.

However, Betis will consider the cost of keeping him and if it is too much for them, they simply cannot buy the former Barcelona youngster.

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  1. I prefer Cedric to HB. Does the basics better. I think arteta could be convinced to hold onto bellerin, but i hope we find a buyer. Best for all parties imo

  2. Arsenal don’t need to sign any defender in my opinion. There’s Saliba and Bellerin coming back, let use the funds to bring upgrades upfront and in the middle. Who knows we can get 2 world players and we could be competing for the league again.

  3. Not surprising, Betis do not want to seem too eager to sign him, otherwise Arsenal will ask for a higher fee.

  4. They are probably waiting to see him run down his contract so they can snap him up for free.i hope another club is eyeing a move so their plans get ruined.

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