Bellerín wants a way out

The Spanish full-back wants to leave Arsenal, but the 'gunner' club is looking for a loan with a mandatory purchase option that has not yet arrived.


Héctor Bellerín seeks to leave Arsenal. After a decade in the 'gunner' team, the Spanish right-back wants new challenges. Bellerín has already communicated his wish to his coach, Mikel Arteta, and his technical director, Edu, and even intends to lower his salary if this helps a hypothetical transfer to materialize, according to The Athletic.

The Arsenal footballer has two years remaining on his contract with the London club and the strongest interest he has received has been from Inter, which was only willing to take over Bellerín through a loan or with a purchase option -or that option was mandatory based on some criteria - but Arsenal is asking for a fixed amount for the transfer that, in addition, includes a purchase obligation to ensure income in the club.

As published by The Athletic, one of Arsenal's objectives was to reinforce the right-back position by exchanging Bellerín with the arrival of Emerson Royal, from Barcelona, but there is no progress in the negotiation.

Since he signed for Arsenal in 2011, Bellerín has accumulated a total of 239 games with the 'gunner' shirt, although his evolution was hampered at the beginning of 2019, when he suffered a serious knee injury that took him away from the fields of play. On his return, Bellerín had to compete on the right back against Cedric Soares, Ainsley Maitland-Niles or Calum Chambers, who was chosen last Friday to start the Premier League debut against Brentford.

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