Arsenal fullback Héctor Bellerín is ‘still waiting’ for Real Betis amid the possibilities he has to join other clubs in this window.

That’s according to ABC Sevilla, who state the 27-year-old follows from London, and with great attention, all the movements that are taking place at the La Liga side.

He’s aware Betis have an urgency to register players and this could be done by adjusting their wage bill through some sales or by activating a ‘lever’. The right-back, meanwhile, has either received interest from other clubs or has offered himself to Barcelona and Atlético Madrid.

Despite this, the Arsenal player continues to put the option to return to Betis first, a club where he spent last season on loan.

His contract at the Emirates will expire in 2023, and it’s said ‘talks continue to take place these days’ with the Gunners to terminate the Spain international’s contract. At the same time, ABC Sevilla have learnt the possibility of Bellerín fulfilling his deal at the north London club has not been ruled out. 

‘Everything will depend’ on the player agreeing with another club beforehand. He hopes to wear the Real Betis shirt again and for this to the happen, the ‘key’ factor will be terminating his contract at Arsenal.

To sum up the report, it’s still not clear where Bellerín will be playing after the window closes as his future remains uncertain.