Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta might seriously regret following his decision of letting the Spanish right back Hector Bellarin leave on loan to Real Betis, his childhood club.
Bellarin, 28 was not included in Arteta's plans for 2021/2022 season and therefore he had to seek for playing time as per multiple sources after a fail in selling him for £24m.
It was reported earlier that the 26 year old player gave up a large part of his salary to join Manuel Pellegrin's side which actually happened on the last day of the transfer window.
However, when interviewed by one if the popular magazine in Spain, Bellarin revealed that he can't go back to Arsenal which is an evidence that he's planning to extend his stay with Real Betis.
" I'm happy at Real Betis, I think money is everything but with me I think the love of sport is what is driving me. I won't go back because if I could, then I wouldn't have came here", he revealed.
Lastly in your opinion, Do you agree with Hector Bellarin about his decision?
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