Héctor Bellerín in a friendly with the Spanish selection Sub21


Bellerín Supports and will help to the victims of the fire in London

Published:17/06/2017 - 16:01h

Updated:17/06/2017 - 16:02h

In spite of the continuous rumours with regard to his future, Héctor Bellerín follows to his. The player of the Arsenal has published in his social networks a message asking support and announcing that it will collaborate with the victims of the fire in London

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Although there is not day that no relate him with the FC Barcelona, Héctor Bellerín seems relaxed with regard to his future and concentrated with the Spanish selection Sub21, with which will contest in the next days the European of the category in Poland.

In fact, the side has decided to take him out split to his stay with the selection and in passing contribute to a charitable cause, as it has hanged a message in social networks asking support for the victims of the fire of the Grenfell Tower. The incident, occurred the past day 14, produced in a building of 24 flats in the west of London, and has left a figure of 30 died that it could increase because of the numerous injured and some missing.

Like this, Bellerín has launched an initiative whereby donará 57 euros -50 pounds- by each minute that play in the Eurocopa Sub21, asking besides to his followers that help of the way that can.

This is the message that Héctor Bellerín has shared in his social networks.

Without worry

In spite of the hard negotiation that expects him to the Barça for fichar to Héctor Bellerín, the footballer is calm with regard to his future, that for the moment is not clear if it will be in the Arsenal or dress of Barcelona. The Catalan took advantage of his holidays to approach to the beach before his announcement with the Sub21, after which could decide his destination.

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