Linked heavily with both Manchester City and Barcelona so far this season, the 21-year-old has continued to impress after being named in the PFA’s Premier League Team of the Year for 2015/16.
Starting every single Premier League and Champions League fixture under Arsene Wenger this term, Cazorla is desperate for the North London side to retain his international team-mate.
Speaking to IBTimes UK, Cazorla claimed: “For Arsenal it would be a mistake to let him go. It is obvious that many teams want him. There has been talk about Manchester City and Barcelona.
Enduring a nervy Gunners first team debut against Borussia Dortmund in the Champions League back in September 2014, Bellerin has come on leaps and bounds in his development.
Essentially the reason why Mathieu Debuchy has seen his Arsenal career pale into obscurity, Bellerin has now earned three caps for the Spanish international team after forging a part of their Euro 2016 squad.