Arsenal star Hector Bellerin reportedly could leave the club at the end of the season after an 'agreement' with manager Mikel Arteta.
The 25-year-old has been the first choice right back for the North London side this season and has reportedly enjoyed a good relationship with Arteta.
ESPN have reported that Arteta convinced Bellerin to stay another year after his wanted to leave the club at the end of the last campaign.
The report goes on to claim that the Spaniard has requested leave the club this season, with his former club FC Barcelona and Paris Saint-Germain said to be interested.
Liverpool legend John Barnes says the Gunners should let Bellerin leave as he is part of the reason the club are not playing well.
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“If [Belleri]) said he doesn’t want to stay at Arsenal, then they should let him go," Barnes told BonusCodeBets, as per the Sun
"The team should only be interested in players who want to play through both good and bad times.
"Bellerin is part of the reason as to why Arsenal is a club in transition and not currently playing well.
"Players always aspire to play in the best team in the world and win loads of trophies, but if everybody did that then all the best players would be at one club.
"If your team isn’t performing well, you want players who want to help the team perform better not ones who talk about leaving mid-season when the team is going through a rough patch.
"He owes more to Arsenal than to do that."