Report – Serie A club joins the race for wantaway Arsenal man

Udinese has become the latest club to show interest in Hector Bellerin and he remains out of favour at Arsenal.

The full-back spent the last campaign on loan at Real Betis, and he did well for the Spanish club.

They want him back but do not have the money to complete the transfer.

Barcelona has been linked with a move for him as well, but the Catalans are similarly not in the best financial position.

Arsenal remains open to selling him before this window closes and he has not been near starting a match for them this season.

A report on The Daily Mail claims the Serie A club, Udinese, is monitoring his situation with keen interest.

They had Arsenal’s Pablo Mari on loan last season, and the Spaniard did well.

They might be lucky to land another impressive player from the Gunners, and it could be Bellerin.

Just Arsenal Opinion

Bellerin has reached the highest highs and the lowest low with us, and now is a perfect time to end the relationship.

He is a part of the players that have made us underachieve in this campaign, and he needs to leave.

Our new signings have a more positive mindset, and they also approach games impressively.

If we get rid of all the older players who could influence them negatively, we would have a top team.

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  1. How is he “part of the players that made us underachieve in this campaign”, when he’s been out on loan. And when he wasn’t on loan, he was hardly if ever played? 🤔

  2. Yet another Just Arsenal opinion that just doesn’t make any sense whatsoever.

    In one breath, Hector is an “impressive player” that a club would be lucky to sign, to the second breath where he is “one of the players that have made us underachieve this campaign” and is one of the older players who’s negativity could influence the younger players.

    Well, as he hasn’t even made the bench this campaign, how could he possibly have made us underachieve and, therefore, undermine anyone?

    If all our younger players end up with the same professional attitude and act as Bellerin has around the club for eleven years, I think Mikel Arteta would be over the moon.

    One final point, this defender, who can’t defend (so we are led to believe) is certainly attracting a lot of interest – perhaps he’s being viewed as a centre forward?!?!

        1. Bellerin is still a good player and as you pointed out a very good professional. He has been unfortunate with serious injuries but has never complained and worked hard to get back to play again. I am sure he still has a lot to offer and other clubs will see that. I really do not see why some are always talking him down. As for when and if he goes elsewhere that’s entirely down to him and what he feels is in his best interest.

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