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Angry Arsenal fans are demanding the club sell Hector Bellerin after his shocking error gifted Chelsea a goal in a pre-season friendly between the two sides on Sunday.
Bellerin, 26, is one of Arsenal's longest serving players having signed professional terms with the Gunners all the way back in 2013.
He has made over 200 appearances for the north Londoners, helping them to win three FA Cups and finish runner-up in the Premier League in 2016.
After almost a decade at the Emirates, Bellerin has been linked with a move to Inter Milan, and for some Arsenal fans, the right-back's exit can't come soon enough.
Some supporters are demanding the Spanish international leaves the club straight away after he made a horrendous error during a pre-season game between Arsenal and Chelsea on Sunday.
With the scoreline level at 1-1 and the game approaching the 72nd minute, Bellerin received the ball in space on the right hand side.
Under pressure from a Chelsea midfielder, Bellerin played a mistimed pass right into the path of Blues striker Tammy Abraham.
Abraham gratefully accepted the invitation and took one touch before slotting the ball past Bernd Leno to put Chelsea 2-1 ahead.
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Arsenal fans on social media were not impressed with Bellerin's mistake and pleaded with the club to allow him to leave for free.
One supporter wrote: "Seriously just give Bellerin away for free."
Someone else added: "In today's friendly, we got a friendly reminder why Xhaka can stay, but Bellerin absolutely cannot."
A third person commented: "Hector Bellerin made this error for Chelsea to score. We should just sell this guy now."
And a fourth Twitter user said: "I'd bin Bellerin for free at this point. Mans not been a football player for over a year now."
Bellerin is widely expected to leave Arsenal this summer with Inter Milan the firm favourites to sign the out-of-favour right-back.
A deal could now be easier to complete after the Gunners reportedly eased their demands.
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