Barça right-back Hector Bellerin linked with Mourinho's Roma
The former Arsenal man only signed a one-year deal at Camp Nou
Hector Bellerin joined Barcelona in the summer when the club needed a right-back after the departures of Dani Alves and Sergino Dest and their failure to land Cesar Azpilicueta.
Bellerin's adaption has been hit by an injury that ruled him out for five games. Therefore, he's the first team outfield player with the second least amount of minutes (321) after Memphis Depay (131).
The former Arsenal man only signed a one-year deal at Camp Nou and his future is up in the air beyond that, although everything indicates he will not stay at Barça.
The Catalan club are looking at other right-backs and one of the names on the table is Manchester United and Portugal's Diogo Dalot.
Bellerin's next move could be back to Real Betis, where he spent last season on loan, winning the Copa del Rey.
However, according to Calciomercato, Roma are also eyeing up the full-back after Jose Mourinho's recent comments following their 1-1 draw against Sassuolo.
"I am sorry that the team's effort was betrayed by one player with a not very professional attitude," Mourinho said. "I have spoken with him and invited him to leave in January, but I don't know what will happen in the end."
Everyone is looking for the 'traitor' and all paths lead to Rick Karsdorp. The Dutchman was taken off in the 63rd minute against Lazio and went to straight to the dressing room.
Mourinho excused him but against Sassuolo he did not have his best game and was also at fault for Pinamonti's goal. His time at Roma is up and the club want a replacement.
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