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Arsenal: Bellerin Fighting for Exit, De Bruyne to Miss Weekend's Clash, Ramsdale to Face Old Team

Hector Bellerin

According to reliable sources, Hector Bellerin is still firm on leaving Arsenal in the transfer window despite Inter Milan and Atlético Madrid withdrawing from the race to sign him. Arsenal are well aware of Bellerin’s decision to exit the Emirates, but they will not allow the Spaniard to leave for anything less than €20 Million.

Arsenal are open to selling the player and have accordingly agreed with Bellerin’s agent over a few demands. Real Betis and Villareal are the only two teams interested in the Spaniard but neither of the two has taken the initiative to contact Arsenal over the potential transfer. Bellerin is impatiently waiting for a suitor club to bid for him, but as things stand, there is a high chance that he might stay at Arsenal this season.

Kevin De Bruyne

Arsenal have been handed a major boost in the upcoming clash against Manchester City after Pep Guardiola and Roberto Martinez confirmed that Kevin De Bruyne will not be available for the match because he is not 100% fit to play. This will be a huge relief for Mikel Arteta because it is no secret that De Bruyne is very clinical when it comes to creating and scoring goals.

Arsenal however will play without Ben White who tested positive for Covid-19 for the second time this week. Mikel Arteta said that the White has not shown any symptoms of the virus and he is optimistic that the defender will return next week ahead of the Norwich City clash. Ben White made only one Premier League appearance which was against Brentford where Arsenal lost 2-0.

Aaron Ramsdale

Aaron Ramsdale might make his home debut for Arsenal when the Gunners face AFC Wimbledon at the Emirates in the next round of the Carabao Cup. What is peculiar about this fixture is that Aaron Ramsdale was once the goalkeeper of AFC Wimbledon and was even voted the player of the year by the fans during his time in the club. In today’s tweet, he said that he was looking forward to Arsenal’s showdown against AFC Wimbledon where he began his journey.

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