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Bellerin hopes to terminate Arsenal contract with La Liga players permanently

Spanish right-back Hector Bellerin set to end. His one-year contract with Premier League club. Arsenal in hopes of staying at Real Betis on a permanent basis. According to UFABET.

The 27-year-old was loan out to La Liga last season. And made 23 appearances in all. Play a key role in helping the team to the Copa del Rey victory.

Bellerin will normally report back to Arsenal in pre-season. But according to reports from the Estadio Deportivo, the media in Spain states that Referred to wanting to trade with Real Betis more permanently.

The media further stated that The Gunners Set at about 8 million pounds, but the player hopes to cancel the contract with the club for the remainder of the year. This has happened to several former players such as Mesut Ozil, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Callum Chambers.

However, if Bellerin’s contract is terminate. It will not affect the position at right-back in the team as they already have Cedric Soares and Takehiro Tomiyasu on duty. Both of them have performed impressively throughout the past season as well.

Real Betis are Bellerin’s primary destination on a permanent deal, and they want to keep him. But Watts believes. Arsenal won’t get the £15m sometimes quote for the defender.

“I’ve seen quote £15 million for Hector Bellerin. I’d be stun if they got that,” Watts said. “I’d think it would be between 5-10 million Euros potentially.”

Watts recently reported for Goal that a return to North London for Bellerin is extremely unlikely.

Sources claim the right-back has found his love for the game again in Spain. He was unhappy at Arsenal in his final season with the club – though that was less about Arsenal and more about generally needing a change.

Betis have made it clear to Bellerin that they want him to stay permanently, and they believe they can afford him. Though he would need to take a pay cut.

Whilst Goal report there have been no talks between Arsenal and Betis yet, they’ll begin as soon as the season ends.

Betis are confident of a favourable deal, given Bellerin’s short contract and positive relationship with Mikel Arteta.