Hector Bellerin Close to Leaving Barcelona

Barcelona defender Hector Bellerin may soon be leaving the club for Sporting before the close of the transfer window. According to The Athletic, Bellerin is “close” to heading to the Portuguese side on loan for the rest of the season to fill the void left by Pedro Porro, who is joining Tottenham. Despite joining Barcelona only this summer, Bellerin has barely played, featuring in just one La Liga start and spending most of his time on the bench. Jules Kounde now seems to be Xavi’s first choice at right-back, causing Bellerin to follow Memphis Depay out of the club.

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Reports suggest that if Bellerin leaves, it could finally allow Barcelona to register new contracts for Gavi and Ronald Araujo. La Liga has so far rejected Barca’s attempts to register Gavi’s new deal, but the departures of Bellerin, Depay, and Gerard Pique may make it possible.

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Barcelona’s recent transfers have raised some eyebrows, and Bellerin’s move to Sporting is no exception. The Spanish defender has a long history of injury problems and has struggled to reclaim his form since his ACL tear in 2019. Bellerin is a player with a lot of potential, but it remains to be seen if he can reach it at Sporting or if he will continue to struggle with injury and loss of form.

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Despite the challenges, Bellerin is a talented player, and his move to Sporting may give him the opportunity to showcase his skills and regain his form. In Portugal, Bellerin will join a club with a rich history, and one that is currently fighting for the top spot in the Primeira Liga. It is also a club with a talented squad, including the likes of Luis Neto, Bruno Fernandes, and Luciano Vietto.

The loan move will not only be beneficial for Bellerin, but it will also be beneficial for Sporting. The Portuguese side has been struggling with their right-back position, and the arrival of Bellerin will provide them with a player who can provide defensive stability and attacking prowess. In addition, Bellerin has experience in the UEFA Champions League, which will come in handy for Sporting as they look to compete on the European stage.


In conclusion, the loan move of Hector Bellerin to Sporting has the potential to be a win-win situation for both the player and the club. Bellerin will have the opportunity to regain his form and showcase his skills, while Sporting will benefit from the experience and talent of a player who has the potential to be a top defender. It will be interesting to see how the move plays out, and whether it will help Bellerin reclaim his form and fulfill his potential.