Spanish club set to sign out of favour Arsenal loanee

Arsenal could be set to finally offload Hector Bellerin after his loan spell at Real Betis impressed the Spanish club.

The right-back was surplus to requirements at the Emirates this season and he joined Betis on loan for the rest of the campaign.

The Gunners signed Takehiro Tomiyasu, and they already had Cedric Soares and Calum Chambers as a backup.

Bellerin knew he would play little and returned to Spain with Betis, where he has impressed.

The Spanish club are ambitious and they have been adding some new players to their squad recently ahead of next season.

Mundo Deportivo claims their next action is to tie Bellerin down to a permanent deal because they want the Arsenal man to keep playing for them.

They will contact the Gunners to find an agreement over his signature in the coming days.

Just Arsenal Opinion

Bellerin has spent a long time on our books and the defender has probably reached the peak of his performance for us.

It is great news that he is doing well on loan this season because that would make offloading him very easy for us.

We wish him the best of luck when he takes the next step in his career.

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  1. Yeah, another player to be given out for free hopefully not. I haven’t see any team in recent done so much charity to other team with players like Arsenal does.
    The day I found out Micky was going to Roma for free was the day I realized there’s problem. Now countdown how many players has been let go for free and even paid some of them to leave. Elneny, laca, nketia to join the list soon. We might not need someone of them, but paying them off? Letting them go for nothing is just ridiculous man.

    1. I agree that it’s insane it keeps happening, but blame the previous regime of Wenger and Gazidis for the mess with contracts.

      They constantly gave out huge contracts to bang average players, which meant it was always impossible to sell them. The only options were to pay out all, or part of their contracts early to get rid asap, or loans until their contracts ran down.

      Bellerin has been awful for us, so no wonder no one was going to pay big bucks or any bucks for him.

      1. Trolling?

        So it was Arteta that gave the huge contracts out to the likes of Bellerin, Mustafi, Ozil, Kolasinac, etc, was it?

        I guess we do live in a society where people get offended by facts, logic and reason!

      2. ppft your what a joke.

        Willian huge contract, AMN couldnhave been sold, Auba huge contract, Nkeitah running down contract this is all on Arteta.

    1. We didn’t sell him we agreed to let him go 6 months early. For free like all the other players

  2. What’s the matter with you fans,
    How many clubs have come calling this players?

    How much did Liverpool sell Gini?

    You guys just make every thing look terrible.
    You complain about everything ,

    Do you know how many players leave for free in other clubs.

    1. My bad, I forgot Liverpool paid gini off to psg. So it’s such a good comparison. Then you mentioned only gini out of 100 of players available in the league and just one team which did confirm my statement.
      Yeah nobody want these players, but I wonder how we were able to afford to pay for players like runnerson and Mari. But we couldn’t get a penny from Micky, Auba, Luiz, sokratis, Willian and ozil . I only mentioned those names as the top stars in their respective previous club. If not their are many in the list. And 3 players at least are about to join that least come end of the season.
      If you think there’s nothing wrong with that, then you are right.

  3. IMO, Bellerin NEVER had a “peak”at all.

    Yes, he once was speedy but as a so called defender was probobly in the worst three or four useless full backs I have seen in over 60 years watching Arseenal.

    He really was THAT bad and I have been calling for him to finally leave for many years already and am delighted he will never wear our shirt ever again.

    Nice human being but a rubbish player; simple as that,

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