Hector Bellerin may have played his last game for Arsenal, according to Kevin Campbell.

The former Gunners striker, speaking exclusively to Football Insider, claimed the 26-year-old may be one of a number of casualties at the Emirates this summer after a dismal campaign.

Bellerin played the full 90 minutes on Thursday as Mikel Arteta’s side were knocked out of the Europa League by Villarreal.

Speaking to Sky Sports in the aftermath of their exit from Europe, Arteta said his “squad needs changing.”

Bellerin has been long-linked with a move to Paris Saint-Germain – the asking price is reportedly £35million – and speculation has intensified ahead of the summer transfer window.

Campbell claimed “time might be up” for the right-back, who has two years remaining on his contract, and his teammate Callum Chambers.

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“There is a chance Bellerin has played his last game for Arsenal,” he told Football Insider. “There is only four games left so it is possible he has played his last.

“Mikel Arteta can do whatever he wants with the team now that they are out of Europe. There is a chance, mathematically, of Arsenal finishing in the European spots. Whether that happens or not, you would put nothing past this team.

“Has Bellerin played his last game? Maybe. The club are at a crossroads. For the likes of Bellerin and Chambers time might be up.

“Arsenal have not qualified for the Champions League in five years. It is not good enough.” 

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