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Spanish media convinced Bellerin decided to leave Arsenal

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Social media posts of Hector Bellerin convinced the Spanish media that the Arsenal man made his final call on joining Betis.

The news outlet Estadio Deportivo believes if it’s Bellerin’s call to join Betis on permanent basis, he already took so. They also highlighted that part where he wrote: “I hope to see you again soon.”

He also discussed his future and a potential permanent move to Real Betis on RTV Betis. But he didn’t reveal everything and stopped after a while on the show. Though he made his intentions clear that he want to join the Spanish club. He said:

“At the moment, I have to go back (to Arsenal). I have already spoken with the two clubs and I have made my position clear.”

“Now we have a few months where we hope that the best will come out for the three parties. I made an effort to come (to Betis) and I am willing to make another effort to stay because I am happy.”

“In London, I have also had great moments and it has given me a lot and I take it very much into account. They gave me the opportunity and it is also difficult to leave Arsenal, if it happens.”

Transfer saga of Bellerin

Angel Haro, the Betis president is also in favour of bringing the Spaniard permanently. But the deal was simple loan without any obligation to buy. He said:

“Hector is a fantastic player and a very good person. It was a loan that we had from Arsenal, now he returns to Arsenal and from then on, we’ll see.”

“It is true that he has been very caught up in everything about Betis because, in addition, his parents are Betis fans. Hopefully, we cross paths again.”

Charles Watts of Goal revealed in his Youtube Channel that people close to Hector gave him the impression that he won’t return to Arsenal. As it stands, all the parties will work towards his exit from the London club. Arsenal quoted a transfer fee of £15 million for Bellerin but Watts believe a deal will be agreed between £5 million-£10 million.

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