Real Betis Open Talks To Re-Sign Former Defender — Report
Written by Patrick Echatah
Spanish giants Real Betis are set to continue their profitable recruitment policy this summer by pursuing free agents. Since Manuel Pellegrini became Real Betis coach, The Andalusian giants have only spent money on three players.
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In this exclusive report from Italian transfer guru Fabrizio Romano, there has been advanced talks to re-sign Spanish right-back Hector Bellerin.
The Spaniard joined Real Betis on loan for the 2020-21 season, but after they could not accommodate his wages last summer, Bellerin signed for Barcelona.
Bellerin was expected to return to Real Betis last summer, with President Angel Haro openly said that Real Betis door was always open for him. Thus it was a shock when the Spaniard signed for Sporting CP in the January window in search of more minutes.
It’s increasingly looking like Bellerin will end up back in Seville this summer. The 28-years-old has frequently spoken of the affection he feels with the fans of Real Betis, his wage demands and other logistics are likely to be club-friendly.
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Real Betis winger Rodri Sanchez is starting to impose himself more and more starting line-ups of the Andalusian giants, as he looks to make good on his potential. The 23-year-old winger hasn’t had an easy route to Spanish top flight football though.
Rodri grew up in Extremadura before he was forced to seek greener pastures elsewhere. Rodri initially went to Atletico Madrid, before joining Espanyol and Deportivo La Coruna, he seems to have settled down at Real Betis.
“In Extremadura there was little football and I had to move. The sacrifice of my parents was important to be able to go to Madrid and back every day. I appreciate it so much,” Rodri told Marca.
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