Hector Bellerin is ‘desperate’ to quit Arsenal but ‘Bayern Munich snub chance to snap him up due to concerns over his defensive work’
- Hector Bellerin is desperate to leave Arsenal , according to Sky Sports Germany
- Bayern Munich have rejected claims they are interested in signing the Spaniard
- Bellerin has suffered his worst defensive record since joining Arsenal in 2011
- He has won 41 per cent of his defensive duels and 44 per cent of aerial battles
Bellerin is looking to change clubs after being left ‘unsatisfied’ following another disappointing season at the Emirates Stadium, according to Sky Sports Germany.
Defender Hector Bellerin is desperate to leave Arsenal after another disappointing season
It is also claimed that the German champions do not want to pay Bellerin’s price tag due to their reservations about the his defensive work.
After being poached from the Barcelona youth set-up nine years ago, Bellerin has spent his entire senior career at Arsenal, making his debut in 2013.
He became a favourite among supporters, featuring 195 times and providing 25 assists for the club, before struggling for form this season.
He has won just 41 per cent of his defensive duels and only 44 per cent of his aerial battles this season.
Bellerin has also endured his lowest tackle success rate – 65 per cent – since joining in 2011.
Arsenal have often opted to play with five at the back this season, with the Spaniard playing in a wing-back role.
Bayern Munich have rejected claims they are interested in signing the 25-year-old Spaniard
The Bundesliga giants are denying a transfer swoop due to his poor defensive record this year
Though Bellerin is contracted at Arsenal until 2023, it is believed that the termination of his deal may be mutual between club and player.
Bellerin played 84 minutes in their 2-1 north London derby defeat by Tottenham, before being replaced by Cedric Soares – who signed a new contract earlier this month.
In addition, Bellerin has only featured 15 times during his side’s 35 Premier League games this season.
Paris Saint-Germain have, however, been linked with a potential swoop. The Ligue 1 champions have a vacant spot at right-back after Thomas Meunier joined Borussia Dortmund.