Bellerin makes Grenfell Tower pledge that could cost him £22,500

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The Gunners full-back is currently away with Spain at the European U21 Championship but has vowed to offer his support to those back in London

Hector Bellerin has vowed to donate £50 to the Grenhell Tower fire victims fund for every minute he plays at the European U21 Championship.

The Arsenal defender is currently away with Spain at the tournament in Poland.

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They will kick-off their quest for continental glory against Macedonia on Saturday, and will do so as favourites to take the title.

If Bellerin is an ever-present throughout a successful campaign, then he would take in 4,500 minutes and end up giving £22,500 to a good cause.

Spain have a strong squad with them at the Euros which includes a number of La Liga stars.

The likes of Saul Niguez, Denis Suarez, Inaki Williams and Jose Luis Gaya are available to coach Albert Celades.

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Gerard Deulofeu is also part of the set-up, with the man set to captain his country reported to be closing in on a return to Barcelona this summer.

Bellerin has also been heavily linked with a move to Campo Nou, but committed to a new long-term term contract with Arsenal in November 2016.

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