Bacary Sagna has revealed to Goal that Hector Bellerin may be willing to leave Arsenal at the end of this season in order for him to challenge himself and anticipates that the Gunners should have a substitution as a top priority – remarking on Inter Milan’s Achraf Hakimi.
Bellerin (26) has been connected with a move away from the Emirates for quite a while – with Barcelona said to consider a transition to take the Spanish defender back to the club he left as a young person. The Gunners may require a substitution.
Moroccan player, Hakimi, who has effectively shown up for Real Madrid, Inter Milan and Borussia Dortmund, is reported to be an objective for The Gunners – according to Goal – regardless of his great Inter structure under Antonio Conte.
Still just 22 years old, Hakimi has been a part of 12 goals in 34 games from right-back – scoring six and making six chances this season. Sagna has clarified why Bellerin should leave, and furthermore talked about Hakimi.
“Hector has been there for quite a long time,” Sagna said. “He presumably feels that he needs to challenge himself since he has been there for quite a while. It’s nothing to do with the club. Eventually on the off chance that you need to advance.
“In my psyche you need to head off to some place and challenge yourself and start from zero once more. This is the means by which I felt.I am certain they are evaluating the circumstance very well and they as of now have somebody as a top priority.
“Hakimi is rarely drained, he’s continually going ahead. He’s so quick and fast. I was astonished when I saw him play for Madrid. The potentials are so obvious, however I never anticipated that he should do just as he is doing now.”
SHAKEZSPORTS View: Bellerin out – Hakimi in, could be staggering business
Bellerin has been a great worker and player for the Gunners yet as coaches and managers become old at a club, players do as well – particularly for Bellerin’s situation. As Sagna has observed, he needs to join another club that energizes him and also try another test.
Arsenal will be pitiful to see him go yet getting a substitution, like Hakimi, would be great business.
According to Goal, Hakimi cost Inter £35million and it is not yet clear the amount he would cost. In any case, Hakimi would be a top and great signing for Arteta.