Hector Bellerin pledges to donate to Grenfell Tower Disaster Fund

Lawrence Kim
June 19, 2017

The Gunners speedster did sign a long-term deal in November of previous year, but it seems as if the Spaniard is now putting everything in place for a return to the Nou Camp.

Catalan-based paper Sport claim he has bought a house in the Catalan area and his family have moved back from London.

Reports suggest the defender is keen on a return to Barca, with new boss Ernesto Valverde looking to add another full-back to his ranks.

Bellerin will play a maximum of five games should tournament favourites Spain make it all the way in Poland, beginning with Saturday evening's Group B showdown with Macedonia Under-21s.

After the win he was asked about his future, but refused to discuss a possible summer switch to Spain.

The Spaniard is now on global duty with the Under-21 side at the European Championship in Poland, and so while his focus is purely on that tournament, little is expected to happen with regards to his future.

Bellerin is now away with the Spain under-21 squad for the European Championship, and last week Mundo Deportivo published fresh quotes from Barca's Denis Suarez, who is also with Bellerin in the Spain squad, about what the Gunners defender had told him about his next career move.

Rafinha is valued at €30m by the Blaugrana and would be offered to the Gunners, alongside a modest transfer sum, for Bellerin - who is said to be their number one defensive target this summer.

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