Report details the three options Bellerin has to leave the club

Hector Bellerin remains on Arsenal’s books despite his desire to leave the club.

The Spaniard has been out of favour at the Emirates for the last two seasons.

He spent the last campaign on loan at Real Betis and he remains keen to return to the Seville club.

However, the Spaniards are struggling to fund the transfer and Arsenal is waiting for a serious suitor to bid for him.

The Gunners have made a brilliant start to this campaign without him in their plans and they are not intending to reintegrate him into the group.

This means his best option is to leave the club, but how can he secure a transfer away?

A report on Estadio Deportivo reveals he has three options to leave the Emirates.

The first remains a move back to Betis, and the Spanish club could secure a late agreement with Arsenal to sign him.

His second option is waiting for Barcelona, but the Catalans are also not pushing hard enough to add him to their squad.

Thirdly, the report says he could still terminate his Gunners deal. This will allow him to join his preferred suitor for free.

Just Arsenal Opinion

Bellerin has been with us for over a decade and now is probably the best time to end the relationship.

The full-back served us well, and we have signed better players in his position. As a parting gift, we could allow him to leave for free.

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  1. Why can’t we insert a sell on fee clause, let him go for free but with some add on clauses for betis to pay should they do well. Like we should have done with auba. To much player power, when they don’t perform they don’t offer to leave for free so why should clubs have to take all the pain. It should always be about the best interest of the club not any individual player, length of service or not.

    1. Perhaps Bellerin could buy out the remaining year of his contract as a “parting gift.” Surely Betis could chip in something to help Bellerin pay for the dream move he desires.

      1. The way I understand it Reak Betis are struggling to come to the party with the nominal fee. I thought it will be a done deal by now. Surely Arsenal can’t release him for free considering it has to pay for the new incoming player, wages and the like.

  2. we must be the only club who let so players walk away for free, even paying some of their wages. Also how come we loan out so many palyers when other clubs manage to sell theirs…they must think it’s Arsenal so we’ll take the *iss

  3. The loan thing is aimed at increasing the player’s value so that when we sell we can get something. If you consider how Nicholas Pepe struggled, how much do you think he can fetch now, may be €25-30million yet he was born for €72million.

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