According to SPORT, Arsenal defender Hector Bellerin has recently bought a house in the city of Barcelona and is moving back to Spain.
SPORT claims that the defender has now taken the first steps to facilitate his return to his former club, Barcelona.
The report added that in addition to buying the property, his family, who also moved with him to London when he joined Arsenal, have now returned to a town close to Barcelona too.
The Spaniard has been recently linked with a move back to the Camp Nou, and the SPORT report claims that the Arsenal defender is keen to play at Nou Camp next season.
Bellerin left his boyhood club at age 16 to join the Arsenal Under-19 squad way back in 2011, and since then he has has moved through the ranks at the Emirates.
Bellerin left his boyhood club at age 16 to join the Arsenal Under-19 squad way back in 2011, and since then he has moved through the ranks at the Emirates.
Barcelona midfielder and Bellerin's Spain Under-21 team-mate Denis Suarez last week said that Bellerin is torn over his future.
"I have spoken with him, and on the one hand he's keen to come, and on the other, he feels tied to Arsenal,"
"I hope he can come," Suarez said during an interview with Catalunya Radio.
SPORT claims that Bellerin is very much aware the transfer could be a long and complicated one, and he does not expect negotiations to begin until July.
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