Essentially the most recent Arsenal transfer reports focus on Hector Bellerin.
The Gunners had a successful summer window when it comes to player signings, splashing £120 million on five players.
Nevertheless, Bellerin is one in every of people who must depart from Arsenal before the window closes.
Lucas Torreira and Pablo Mari are among the many deadwood that Mikel Arteta and Edu have already purged.
Based on a story from last week, Bellerin’s agent was planning to go to North London to speak with the Emirates Stadium about terminating his client’s contract, which might allow him to affix Real Betis permanently after making an impression there while on loan last season.
The 27-year-old has reportedly been offered to Barcelona by the agents of the Arsenal defender, in keeping with Mundo Deportivo.
The Camp Nou team appears to be taken with the Spanish right-back now that they’ve didn’t sign Cesar Azpilicueta.
Bellerin left Catalunya as an adolescent to affix Arsene Wenger’s team, and Mundo has added that Bellerin himself would “look very favourably” on the considered going back.
He has no likelihood of succeeding under Mikel Arteta within the Premier League, irrespective of what happens.
At best, Arteta would rank Bellerin, who makes £110,000 every week, third amongst candidates for that position, behind Ben White and Takehiro Tomiyasu.
The player must leave the Gunners, and it can be interesting to see if he rejoins the Blaugrana this summer.