Fans and temporary teammates want Arsenal loanee to remain

Hector Bellerin has enjoyed his loan spell at Real Betis this season, and now his future has to be decided by Arsenal again.

The full-back was surplus to requirements at the Emirates, and the Gunners added Takehiro Tomiyasu to their squad.

Bellerin had to leave, and Betis offered to take him on loan for the rest of this season.

The defender has had a fruitful time at the Spanish club, and it seems he might return there after this season.

After their final home game of the year, he cried on the turf as he waved goodbye to the fans of his boyhood club.

Estadio Deportivo is now claiming that some fans and his teammates at the Spanish team want him to remain with them beyond this season.

The report claims they have enjoyed having him on their team, and they hope he returns to the group in the next campaign.

Betis doesn’t have the option to make his transfer permanent, but his performances might persuade them to initiate contact with the Gunners.

Just Arsenal Opinion

Bellerin has been one of our best imports from Spain, but he no longer meets the requirements to play for us.

We need to offload him so that we can create a space in our squad to add some new players to it. 

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  1. Tomi has been a very capable replacement for Bellerin. I doubt he will be willing to come play second fiddle to Tomi. He should be sold in my opinion and Cedric also. In their place we can get a right wing back that can also defend. We need at least two very good players in every position if we want to make impact in Europe and the league next season.

  2. This is an easy one,Hector doesn’t want to go back to Arsenal,MA doesn’t really want him back,both clubs are willing to do is just a matter of agreeing on a fee and I wouldn’t be surprised if Hector were to take a financial “hit”to make it happen.

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