Spanish side Real Betis will be hosting Celtic on Thursday in a Europa League clash and the Arsenal player who joined the side on a loan move has made it clear that they are desperate to emerge victorious on the first leg against the Scottish giants.
Bellerin who fell out of favour and decided to move to Spain, reaveled that they need to keep the possession and dominate the game if they need to win against Celtic on Thursday.
The 26 year old made it open that he did not join Real Betis for a holiday, however, he reveals that he moved there to win things with the club.
" If we can dominate the ball against them, we can get the win we need. I've left Arsenal to win things with Real Betis. I'm not here for holiday."
The Spaniard decided to move away from the Emirates Stadium after falling out of favour from head coach Mikel Arteta and was replaced by former Bologna right Tomiyasu.
Arsenal will be missing the European football this season after they failed to qualify by finishing on the eighth position of the league table, making them to be able to participate only in domestic competitions.
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