Arsenal right-back Hector Bellerin, who recently returned from an ankle injury in the 3-1 win over Stoke City at the Emirates Stadium, has disclosed his best pal at the club in a recent interview with popular English tabloid The Sun.
Bellerin came to Arsenal at a very young age of 15 from the Barcelona Academy and has impressively worked his way into the first team squad thus making him one of the first names on the starting line-up.
When asked who his best pal was, Bellerin responded by naming fellow Spanish international Nacho Monreal. In his words, he said: “My best friend at the club is probably Nacho, not only because he plays in similar positions. He has given me loads of advice.
We really connect outside the pitch, he’s a great person.
“He is just a normal guy who happens to play football. That is what I really like about him, and what everyone really likes about him.
“There’s so many special guys at the club. I’m together with the Spanish guys every day, not only at the training ground. We see each other a lot outside of there too.” he concluded.
Spanish international Hector Bellerin, who injured his ankle while on international duty and subsequently missed three games, would be hoping he can help Arsenal side see of the likes of league leaders Chelsea, Liverpool, Manchester City and Manchester United for the title.