There has been reported interest from Serie A giants Juventus and Napoli, who are both thought to be monitoring Bellerin’s situation at the Emirates.Arsenal have endured a tough start to the season and already the pressure is mounting on manager Unai Emery to turn things around in north London.With the likes of Liverpool and Manchester City dominating, a chance for a Premier League title in the near future looks unlikely for this developing Gunners’ side.Arsenal also have a real battle on their hands to get back into the Champions League and the lack of top-tier European football for another campaign could make it tougher for the club to keep hold of its big stars.Agent Alberto Botines is adamant that for the moment Bellerin is just focused on his duties at Arsenal but also hinted that the 24-year-old will consider his options in the summer depending on how the season has fared at the Emirates.“At the moment, he’s focused on the team’s commitments,” Botines told Sky Sport Italia. “He comes from a bad injury and is returning to his usual level. He likes Italy, there’s already been interest from an Italian club but I can’t reveal it.“He has a long contract and it won’t be easy to take him away from Arsenal, he’s their vice-captain. We’ll see how the season goes.”Bellerin and company will be looking to ease some of the pressure on Emery when the Gunners host struggling Southampton on November 23.0Shares0000(Visited 21 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Arsenal’s Bellerin attracting Serie A interest. Photo/TEAMTALK MEDIALONDON, United Kingdom, Nov 15 – Arsenal vice-captain Hector Bellerin is attracting interest from an unnamed club in Italy, according to the player’s agent.The Spain international, who has only just returned from a serious knee injury, is looking to get some form under his belt after so much time out on the sidelines.
The Only Way is Essex’s Lydia Bright and her mum Debbie Douglas were amongst the celebrity guests attending the Little Star Awards party held by Cancer Research UK and TK Maxx on Saturday, 26th May, at London Zoo.The Little Star Awards celebrate the courage of all children who have been diagnosed with cancer.Konnie Huq at the 2012 Little Star AwardsOther celebrities helping the children enjoy the party included singer Lemar, actor and TV presenter Joe Swash, TV presenters and former Blue Peter hosts Konnie Huq and Zoe Salmon, ex-EastEnders star Cheryl Fergison and Joelle Moses from BBC’s The Voice.Lemar at the LIttle Stars event 2012Lydia Bright said:“I feel really privileged to be supporting Cancer Research UK’s Little Star Awards and attending this great party this year. These amazing kids are so inspirational in the way that they have coped with their cancer diagnosis and all their gruelling treatment.“I think that these awards are a fantastic way to recognise the remarkable bravery of the children who have been through so much at such a young age. Anything that helps the children and their families at this difficult time gets my full support, and it’s an honour to be involved with such a wonderful campaign.”Lydia Bright and Debbie Douglas at 2012 Little Star AwardsFor more information visit CancerResearchUK.orgJoe Swash and Cheryl Fergison at 2012 Little Star Awards