Hector Bellerin, right-back, Spanish Ready to move to Real Betis on a permanent basis after moving from Arsenal on loan for the rest of the season.
According to the Daily Mirror, Bellerin is enjoying playing for Real Betis in the 2021-22 season. And would like to make a permanent move here. After the end of his loan contract with Arsenal at the end of this season Bellerin. Whose father is a Betis fan, has agree to cut his wages in order to sign a loan deal with Los Berdiblancos.
Even with a nice offer with higher wages placed in front of you to consider Bellerin, now 27. He is a Barcelona fan who grew up with the youth team there. Before moving to Arsenal’s academy in 2011 and quickly ascended into the Gunners first team the following year.
Bellerin has suffer frequent injuries since the 2018-19 season. Preventing him from being a permanent mainstay of the Gunners until the end of Mikel Arteta’s release, with Takehiro Tomiya. Tsu, the right-back of the Japanese national team has replaced him.
Bellerin has not regretted his decision to join Betis, for whom he has made 31 first-team appearances – 28 of which. Including Saturday’s Copa del Rey final. Were from the start – as he is the preferred starting right-back ahead of Youssouf Sabaly and Martin Montoya.
After Saturday’s final, Bellerin’s father posed with his son on the pitch as they clutched the Copa del Rey trophy. The defender posted the photo on his social media accounts alongside the caption: “Thank you dad for being a Betis fan.”