ARSENAL star Hector Bellerin is reportedly being chased a host of top European clubs over a potential summer switch.
The defender has only featured in 14 games for the Gunners this season having struggled with injury.
And after Cedric Soares was surprisingly handed a four-year deal, Bellerin’s future at the club is far from clear.
The Express is reporting that Seville lead the chase for the 25-year-old, with Juventus and Inter Milan also sniffing around.
But Arsenal are likely to demand a decent fee for the right-back, with Bellerin still having three years of his contract to run.
And Bellerin might have too much on his mind than to worry about a transfer – as he has got to grow some trees!
The Spaniard has promised to grow 3,000 trees for every Gunners win.
The Spanish right-back posted a snap on his Twitter page of the first set of seedlings, with trees set to be planted in the rainforest in November.
Mikel Arteta’s side have racked up four wins in the last two weeks which will provide 12,000 trees thanks to Bellerin’s honourable pledge.
The North London side saw off Southampton, Sheffield United, Norwich and Wolves in consecutive games.
But it had looked like eco-warrior Bellerin’s vow could backfire after Arsenal suffered back to back defeats away at Manchester City and Brighton after Project Restart.
Luckily Gunners stars got their act together to help Bellerin’s campaign to tackle carbon emissions.