Arsenal star Hector Bellerin doesn't want Donald Trump to succeed Arsene Wenger
Hector Bellerin doesnt approve of USA President Donald Trump to become the new Gunners manager
Hector Bellerin doesnt approve of USA President Donald Trump to become the new Gunners manager. After reports emerged that Good Morning Britain presenter Piers Morgan claimed in a humourous way asking US President Donald Trump to become the new Gunners manager. Morgon said he hopes he denied to do so.
In a recent interview, Morgan revealed that he urged Trump to succeed Arsene Wenger, and help the Londoners 'build a strong defensive wall.'
Morgan even presented Trump an Arsenal shirt with the number 45 -- Trump is the 45th US President -- on the back. He tweeted: "WORLD EXCLUSIVE. The moment I invite President Trump to be Arsenal's new manager -- because he'd build a strong defensive wall, have an attacking philosophy & want to win big trophies at all costs."
The thought of being coached by one of the most controversial figures in the world was too much for the Spanish international.
He retweeted Morgan's post, and wrote: "Hope he said no."
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