Arsenal’s Right-back Hero ready to waiver his €5.7m salary than stay with Arteta.

Spanish professional footballer Héctor Bellerín Moruno have made clear his intention of not wanting to stay with the premier league club and wants to leave this summer. The 27-old player who joined Arsenal in 2011 after starting his professional football career in Barcelona was on loan to Championship club Watford in 2013 and recalled back home to Arsenal in 2014 where he stayed and gave a rememberable performance. He was Arsenal’s sole player in The Professional Footballers’ Association (PFA) team of the Year in the 2015–16 season and unfortunately had an injury on his left knee in 2018 which kept him out of the pitch for good nine months.

The right-back made his return in 2019 as a substitute against Nottingham Forest and in 2020 joined Arsenal to win their  14th FA title against Chelsea. Bellerín in 2021 joined the Spanish football club Real Betis on a one-season loan deal and  now wants to stay back in Spain even tho other clubs like Fiorentina and Roma are willing to pay €10m asking price to have him. The Spaniard has set his eyes on a permanent move and is willing to waive the final year of his salary to aid the Spanish club acquire him as the fee may presently be difficult for them to bring to the table. When asked about his future in the club he said . “I don’t know, but I’ve always said it: if I didn’t want to be here next year I wouldn’t have come from the beginning,”