Hector Bellerin still set to leave Arsenal with Serie A now a possible destination

Hector Bellerin could move to Serie A in the summer as the defender struggles to get his dream move back to Real Betis.

The full-back spent this season on loan at his childhood club, and he did well.

He helped them win a trophy, and we expected him to join them permanently, but the finances required to keep him is a problem.

The Spanish side is now facing competition from Roma, with Jose Mourinho hoping to work with the defender.

Calciomercato claims the Italians need a new right-back, and now they see Bellerin as one player that can help them fill that void in the team.

Just Arsenal Opinion

Bellerin did well at Betis, and that should help Arsenal sell him in this transfer window.

It would be ideal for him to remain in Seville with Betis, but we are not obligated to allowing him join a certain club.

The team that eventually signs him would be the club that pays the most money to add him to their squad.

Because he would not get enough playing time if he stays, it is almost guaranteed that he will leave Arsenal before this transfer window closes.

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  1. Few teams in for Hector & Lucas so bidding wars can commence… along with Pepe & Leno hopefully.

  2. In a previous article regarding Hector Bellerin, Jon Fox made this following statement :

    “As a defender I’d call him a disaster and we should have sold him 4/5 years ago.”

    Of course that is JF’s personal opinion, but it seems others differ in their view……….

    It seems that professional people within the game have a different opinion, as at least three clubs are interested in signing him – but what do they know? 🤔

    Just a reminder of what Hector achieved at our club:

    FA Cup winner 2014-15 2016-17 2019 – 20
    Community Shield winner 2015 – 2017 – 2020

    He was also part of the squad that finished in the top four from when he was signed from Barcelona until the end of the 2016/17 season.

    Away from the club and on loan, he was part of the team that won Copa del Rey Cup in 2021 – 22.

    Not a bad professional career for someone who was a “disaster” methinks.

    As I stated, Hector has been a model professional and took on the keyboard warriors who tried to abuse him.

    Thanks for your time at the club and “some of us” will remember you fondly and wish you all the best, if you do leave the club.

  3. Facts state that Bellerin has been excluded from our team for some long time. That is no opinion but fact.

    More than one manager since Wenger was sacked-ooops sorry KEN he “resigned” , silly me, correctly saw his inability to defend and once his only asset , his one time pace, had left him for good, he was as I said, a “disaster”!

    What else would you call a defender playing in a top level side who wa constantly caught out of position, could not prevent crosses, could not tackle, could not head a ball and was constantly outmuscled having his scrawny frame forced away from the ball?
    To my mind the CORRECT description for such a player – at least in accepted fan speak(since we are not talking about earthquakes, tsunamis etc) – is a DISASTER.

    Just my opinion of course, but strange how not many, save PERHAPS Ken, want him back.
    Funny that, eh?!

  4. I’m going to stick with my previous prediction.he is going to end up at Real Betis.it’s either that or he will come back to Arsenal,getting paid to be on the bench and leave on as a free agent in the following summer,I can’t see it happening,not only have they facilitated other players exits so for Hector who’s been a good servant of the club,they could and should do the same for him no?

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