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Arsenal defender Hector Bellerin reportedly has no intention of returning to the club after his season long loan at Real Betis.

Spanish international Hector Bellerin opted to join Betis on loan back in August on a deal until the end of the 2021/22 campaign.

However, after rejecting the chance to extend his deal at Arsenal, Bellerin now looks determined to leave the club.

According to reports from El Desmarque, Bellerin is frustrated at being frozen out by Mikel Arteta and the fans favourite now wants to remain in Spain.

Arteta has seemingly put paid to any chance of Bellerin with the deadline day arrival of Japanese full back Takehiro Tomiyasu.

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