Good news – one Arsenal flop is keen on leaving the Emirates this summer

Arsenal is a team in transition and it is understandable that some of its players would want to leave.

Despite spending over £100 million in the summer, the Gunners have had a poor season and they are still struggling from their disastrous start to the campaign that has seen them change their manager.

Mikel Arteta was appointed the latest manager late last year, and the Spaniard has made the team better, but he knows he might have to get rid of some players and some of them might ask to leave.

One player who looks keen on leaving the Emirates is Hector Bellerin, according to reports.

Sky Deutschland via Sun Sports is claiming that Bellerin is keen to leave the Gunners after a poor campaign that has seen Arteta’s side struggling to qualify for a European competition next season.

It claims that the Spaniard had been interesting Bayern Munich, however, the Germans have decided against making a move for him because they don’t trust his defensive contribution when playing.

Bellerin was one of the most important players at Arsenal but not in recent seasons and I am not sure that too many tears will be shed if he departs the Emirates this summer.

Personally, I view this as good news.

Tags Hector Bellerin


  1. The election for Bellerin to ask to leave will help the Manager a great deal. There seems to be some softening in handling the case of Bellerin. One serious defensive midfielder to cut off any attack player using the flanks which tend to unsettle the left full-back would greatly solve the misery of the Arsenal FC porous defense.
    I vote for his leaving.

    1. I’m equally happy to see Bellerin goooooo.. everytime I see him in the lineup, I switch off

    2. Emmanuel I’m with you. Arsenal should be able to sell Bellerin and buy Max Aarons with change left over.
      Unfortunately Bayern Munchen have seen the bloody obvious that Bellerin can’t defend.

  2. Bellerin is a future player, no need to let him go, just make him understand his mistakes in a pitch and teach him how to cross or contribut

  3. Bellerin and Arsenal should separate, they aren’t doing too much together and its time to cash in on a player who does not suit the prem, to be very kind.

    1. No need for him to leave , he will get there to full fitness moreover he is 25 the prime time for every player .

  4. Lol at Abb.
    Id even get back Lauren out of retirement to replace Collins’ “future player” in Bellerin.

  5. There we go again..yet another example where AFC is now paying the price for bungling player replacement and latent acquisition. Since the sale of Bacary Sagna, the Club has experimented with Jenkenson, Debuchy, Lichsteiner, other stand-ins, and of course Hector Bellerin. HB, we knew, was not a real defender; he was only a short experiment by Wegner. Now after so many years at AFC, he wants to go and Bayern does not think much of him as a defender. I wonder what they think of our recent 70M acquisition, Nicola Pepe. Did the Club not hire, then fired Sven Mislintat – the most highly regarded talent acquisition expert in Europe. Who will take responsibility for this mess, and most important, who will lead this transition going forward. Hector Bellerin is only the tip of the iceberg. We soon find out that the bulk of our, so called AFC stars, have no meaningful value to top Clubs.

    1. Arsenal players resale values has gone down the drains. Gone are d days when barca ans mancity will be dying just to have our sagnas,fabregas,our nasris,our songs,our Ashely Coles,our Sanchez’s. Name it all

  6. imagine some fans saying bellerin is one for future.. we care too much for all this player when they are performing and that is why we are stagnant… bellerin is nt a defender from the beginning and he will never be though he has try his best when he uses his pace which it is strength but nw he has lose that pace… so he should be sold along with xhaka, mustafi, sokratis and kolasinac… they are all proper player but they cant give more than what they are doing, so if we really are aiming for top 4 nt even trophy for nw, those guys need to be sold

  7. David luis should out . He looked slow to react when facing on two with speedy strikers . Arsenal need quality attacking midfielder and central defender

  8. Xhaka, Ozil, and Mustafi have not been playing well for years. But they are still regarded as great players. Bellerin had few bad games and he’s already considered to be a flop. I’ll never accept to be brainwashed by the media

  9. I’ll be happy to see his back. He’s top light weight and lack basic defensive and offensive skills. Thanks Bellerin!

  10. Bellerin has been VERY POOR even during Wenger’s time but other players masked he faults. The first thing a player from the flanks or wings has to learn is to cross decent balls. Check out kerian Tierney crosses from the left. Absolute quality. The team lacks hunger which is why liverpool will embarrass us tomorrow. Coaching should go back to the fundamentals.

  11. Quendouzi, Torriera, Ozil, Kolasanic, Willock, Bellerin, Pepe, Luiz, Socratis, Mustafi do not qualify for the shirt. These players are either disruptive, not good enough or have lost their way. We need to offload at least half of these players (defensive rubbish included) and bring in new blood.

  12. Hector Bellerin is not a flop and to suggest he is one is a total disgrace, especially when he’s just returning to fitnesss after injury. Totally sick of this prejudiced reporting and the pathetic so called ‘millennium fans‘ who attack our players week in, week out. I’ve supported Arsenal for 50 years as a STH and from afar. If you’re really fans of our club you should get behind every player, debate their performance match by match instead of dismissing them because you happened to watch an episode of AFTV and don’t have a clue about football. The worst thing about Arsenal is not any player, it’s the arseholes who started supporting them after the invincible season and are so full of bloody entitlement they think they could manage the club better. To them I say go and support Man City.

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