Arsenal defender Hector Bellerin will give up his remaining wages at the Gunners to sign permanently for Real Betis, the club the defender spent last season with.
According to BeSoccer, the Spain international is keen to leave Arsenal for good this summer and return to Sevilla with Betis, with the defender willing to give up his remaining Gunners wages of around £5m to make his “dream movement” reality.
Bellerin came through Arsenal’s academy and was once regarded as one of Europe’s most exciting full-backs, however an ACL injury has robbed the defender of his most dangerous asset, speed and performance in the Premier League as this event were subpar.
As a result, Bellerin signed for Betis last season and enjoyed his best campaign for some time, with the defender winning the Copa del Rey and becoming a regular in Manuel Pellegrini’s exciting side, with a permanent return to Spain now on the cards for the 26 years. -for years.
Once valued at up to £45m according to the Independent, Bellerin’s career has been an interesting one, but like many high-paid players at Arsenal, the defender looks set to leave north London for absolutely nothing, following a similar path to Mesut Ozil. Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Willian, with other players likely to leave for free this summer just to get them off the payroll.
Indeed, Bellerin remains Arsenal’s highest-paid defender at a reported £100,000-a-week, and while the Gunners will miss out on any cash for the former FC Barcelona academy star, supporters will understand much more. The fan favorite at the Emirates Stadium will be leaving for nothing but other players this summer.
Bellerin’s signing for Betis is the perfect outcome for Arsenal’s cult hero
Bellerin was always set to leave Arsenal this summer and signing Betis on a permanent deal was a move many supporters wanted to see given how impressive the defender has been for the La Liga side last season, the club being perfect for the 26-year-old. for years.
After all, Betis will have European football again next season in the form of the UEFA Europa League and Bellerin was a key player for Pellegrini in the former West Ham manager’s incredible campaign with the Andalusian giants, meaning the defender can return where his off if it returns in the coming weeks.
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