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Arsenal star may move to Barcelona this Summer

Arsenal has seen their star players leave the club over the years. Be it the likes of Thierry Henry, Fabregas, Nasri or Robin Van Persie, many of their match winners have left the club. To add to their woes, most of these players have tasted success after a move away. If reports are to be believed, Arsenal might be on the verge of losing their star right-back Hector Bellerin. Wenger is midway through yet another disappointing campaign for the Gunners. The fans are more restless than ever and the Frenchman hasn’t signed an extension to his present deal. The way things are going, chances of Wenger facing the sack are pretty high. The manager has failed to lead Arsenal to a major trophy(barring the FA Cup two years ago) in more than a decade now. The Gunners have also failed to make significant strides in the Champions League. The only achievement of Wenger is that he has consistently kept the Londoners in the top 4.

Wenger is midway through yet another disappointing campaign for the Gunners. The fans are more restless than ever and the Frenchman hasn’t signed an extension to his present deal. The way things are going, chances of Wenger facing the sack are pretty high. The manager has failed to lead Arsenal to a major trophy(barring the FA Cup two years ago) in more than a decade now. The Gunners have also failed to make significant strides in the Champions League. The only achievement of Wenger is that he has consistently kept the Londoners in the top 4.

 

Bellerin’s situation:

Bellerin, who is a product of the famed La Masia academy of Barcelona moved to Arsenal at the tender age of 16. The Spanish star broke into the squad in 2013, after impressing Wenger in the training. One of the best traits of the young RB is his pace. He can run down the wings with extreme pace and slot in crucial crosses/passes. The player is one of the finest in his position and age. Wenger handed him first team starts 2014 onwards when Debuchy and Monreal were injured. There has been no looking back for the defender ever since as he has significantly improved his game. There have been reports linking him to a move back to Barca and Wenger’s departure might trigger the same.

How will he fit at Barcelona?

Post Dani Alves’ move to Juventus, Barca have been in a need of a full time right back. They have been playing Sergi Roberto and Aleix Vidal as makeshift right backs. Going by their game, it is evident that Barca

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Post Dani Alves’ move to Juventus, Barca have been in a need of a full time right back. They have been playing Sergi Roberto and Aleix Vidal as makeshift right backs. Going by their game, it is evident that Barca need a stable wingback. Bellerin, originally from the Barca academy is one of the best options available for Barcelona. If Bellerin does decide to leave, Camp Nou is his most likely destination. Therefore, all the parties involved will be keeping their tabs on the situation. Only the Summer transfer window will tell us how things turn out.

Arsenal has seen their star players leave the club over the years. Be it the likes of Thierry Henry, Fabregas, Nasri or Robin Van Persie, many of their match winners have left the club. To add to their woes, most of these players have tasted success after a move away. If reports are to be believed, Arsenal might be on the verge of losing their star right-back Hector Bellerin. Wenger is midway through yet another disappointing campaign for the Gunners. The fans are more restless than ever and the Frenchman hasn’t signed an extension to his present deal. The way things are going, chances of Wenger facing the sack are pretty high. The manager has failed to lead Arsenal to a major trophy(barring the FA Cup two years ago) in more than a decade now. The Gunners have also failed to make significant strides in the Champions League. The only achievement of Wenger is that he has consistently kept the Londoners in the top 4.

Wenger is midway through yet another disappointing campaign for the Gunners. The fans are more restless than ever and the Frenchman hasn’t signed an extension to his present deal. The way things are going, chances of Wenger facing the sack are pretty high. The manager has failed to lead Arsenal to a major trophy(barring the FA Cup two years ago) in more than a decade now. The Gunners have also failed to make significant strides in the Champions League. The only achievement of Wenger is that he has consistently kept the Londoners in the top 4.

 

Bellerin’s situation:

Bellerin, who is a product of the famed La Masia academy of Barcelona moved to Arsenal at the tender age of 16. The Spanish star broke into the squad in 2013, after impressing Wenger in the training. One of the best traits of the young RB is his pace. He can run down the wings with extreme pace and slot in crucial crosses/passes. The player is one of the finest in his position and age. Wenger handed him first team starts 2014 onwards when Debuchy and Monreal were injured. There has been no looking back for the defender ever since as he has significantly improved his game. There have been reports linking him to a move back to Barca and Wenger’s departure might trigger the same.

How will he fit at Barcelona?

Post Dani Alves’ move to Juventus, Barca have been in a need of a full time right back. They have been playing Sergi Roberto and Aleix Vidal as makeshift right backs. Going by their game, it is evident that Barca

Post Dani Alves’ move to Juventus, Barca have been in a need of a full time right back. They have been playing Sergi Roberto and Aleix Vidal as makeshift right backs. Going by their game, it is evident that Barca need a stable wingback. Bellerin, originally from the Barca academy is one of the best options available for Barcelona. If Bellerin does decide to leave, Camp Nou is his most likely destination. Therefore, all the parties involved will be keeping their tabs on the situation. Only the Summer transfer window will tell us how things turn out.

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Arsenal has seen their star players leave the club over the years. Be it the likes of Thierry Henry, Fabregas, Nasri or Robin Van Persie, many of their match winners have left the club. To add to their woes, most of these players have tasted success after a move away. If reports are to be believed, Arsenal might be on the verge of losing their star right-back Hector Bellerin. Wenger is midway through yet another disappointing campaign for the Gunners. The fans are more restless than ever and the Frenchman hasn’t signed an extension to his present deal. The way things are going, chances of Wenger facing the sack are pretty high. The manager has failed to lead Arsenal to a major trophy(barring the FA Cup two years ago) in more than a decade now. The Gunners have also failed to make significant strides in the Champions League. The only achievement of Wenger is that he has consistently kept the Londoners in the top 4.

Wenger is midway through yet another disappointing campaign for the Gunners. The fans are more restless than ever and the Frenchman hasn’t signed an extension to his present deal. The way things are going, chances of Wenger facing the sack are pretty high. The manager has failed to lead Arsenal to a major trophy(barring the FA Cup two years ago) in more than a decade now. The Gunners have also failed to make significant strides in the Champions League. The only achievement of Wenger is that he has consistently kept the Londoners in the top 4.

 

Bellerin’s situation:

Bellerin, who is a product of the famed La Masia academy of Barcelona moved to Arsenal at the tender age of 16. The Spanish star broke into the squad in 2013, after impressing Wenger in the training. One of the best traits of the young RB is his pace. He can run down the wings with extreme pace and slot in crucial crosses/passes. The player is one of the finest in his position and age. Wenger handed him first team starts 2014 onwards when Debuchy and Monreal were injured. There has been no looking back for the defender ever since as he has significantly improved his game. There have been reports linking him to a move back to Barca and Wenger’s departure might trigger the same.

How will he fit at Barcelona?

Post Dani Alves’ move to Juventus, Barca have been in a need of a full time right back. They have been playing Sergi Roberto and Aleix Vidal as makeshift right backs. Going by their game, it is evident that Barca

Post Dani Alves’ move to Juventus, Barca have been in a need of a full time right back. They have been playing Sergi Roberto and Aleix Vidal as makeshift right backs. Going by their game, it is evident that Barca need a stable wingback. Bellerin, originally from the Barca academy is one of the best options available for Barcelona. If Bellerin does decide to leave, Camp Nou is his most likely destination. Therefore, all the parties involved will be keeping their tabs on the situation. Only the Summer transfer window will tell us how things turn out.

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