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.
Mikel Arteta is currently doing some final touches on his squad as the summer transfer window is nearing it's end with several talks still ongoing with the hopes of landing a right back and a creative midfielder. Arteta is arguably aware that Hector Bellarin is facing an exit door and therefore a replacement is urgently needed despite availability of Cedric who can play in that position.
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Hector Bellarin could be leaving Arsenal ten years after joining the club. With the news that Bellarin's time at Arsenal may be coming to an end, the Express reports that Arsenal are now looking to sign Norwich's right-back,Max Aaron, to avoid a right-back crisis if Bellarin departs.
Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta is still in the transfer market hoping to sign a defender especially a right back following a possible exit of Hector Bellarin to Inter Milan. After literally landing Ben White as a centreback, the Spanish manager is aware that completion of another rightback will guarantee his squad a top spot in the premier league table.
Mikel Arteta is reportedly working underway to ensure that he at least bolister his squad ahead of next season. Arteta is literally in need of a solid defence and a Striker to have his dream line-up. The Athletic has revealed that the Gunners are looking to sign Meet Muldur as they looking for Bellarin's replacement amidst his exit rumours.
Hector Bellarin is rumored to have asked Arsenal for permission to leave because he wants a fresh start somewhere else after at least 10 years of service. If Bellarin's wish is granted, Arsenal will need to find a capable replacement to fill the void left by Bellarin.
Arsenal defender Hector Bellarin who is currently on loan at Real Betis has made it clear that he doesn’t intend to return to Arsenal after his loan deal expires. Bellarin joined the Spanish club on the last day of the transfer window on a one-year loan deal that is expected to run until June 2022.
Arsenal kicked off there UEFA Uropa campaign with a bang when they clinched a 2-1 victory against the home team Rapid Vienna. The few funs present in the stadium had nothing to enjoy at the first minutes of the match as both teams displayed low quality play. All having been said , the home team made there funs lively when they tested the net of the Gunners courtesy of a goalkeeping error by Bernd Leno.Minutes later the Gunners equalised through a free kick taken 25 yards from the goal post which was converted