Arsenal's Longest Serving Player Departure From Club Imminent As Top Source Confirms Exit
By Annnjeri | self meida writer
Published 4 days ago - 4 views
Mikel Arteta's recent team selections has been a hint that he has moved away from one player who is set to lead another mass exodus at the Emirates based giants who are keen to bring in player's that suit the philosophy they are creating.
Italian football journalist Fabrizio Romano has taken to his twitter account to confirm that Hector should be one of the players Arsenal are looking to offload at the end of the season.
"There are ‘huge chances’ for Hector Bellerin to leave Arsenal in the summer. Leonardo wanted him at PSG one year ago but there was no agreement between the two clubs. Now it’d be an open race AFC won’t make any discount."Romano tweeted.
The departure of Bellerin will be coupled by definite arrivals as his replacement with sources close to the club indicating Morocco and Inter Milan right back has been earmarked as the player to replace him.
However,a move for former Chelsea fullback who now pool plays for Brighton in Tariq Lamptey who is also a target for Bundesliga giants Bayern Munich has also not been ruled out.
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