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Rio Ferdinand has gone after Arsenal defender Hector Bellerin for his recent fashion show looks.
The former Manchester United defender, like the rest of us, is well aware of the Arsenal full-back getting right in the spirit of London fashion week.
He was pictured wearing some very questionable clobber, complete with the most ridiculous Gucci slippers believed to be worth £650.
Hector Bellerin looking like Kylo Ren forgot to put the bins out and threw the first coat and slippers he could find on over his pyjamas pic.twitter.com/ywCT7O8cKY
- Andy Castell (@AJ3) January 9, 2018
When footballers do product placement! #Bellerin #gucci #fashionweek #furry #slippers #brave https://t.co/EHCGjlljeM pic.twitter.com/eOOEJvNKHs
- Mark Middlemas (@MediaMids) January 9, 2018
Hector Bellerin has fully embraced London fashion week men's. pic.twitter.com/ytl4oIXxlB
- B/R Football (@brfootball) January 8, 2018
So Ferdinand saw it fair game to poke fun at Bellerin, but we're pretty sure this is a Photoshop of the Spaniard on the catwalk.
Given the rivalry between United and Arsenal, this post shouldn't go down too well with Gunners supporters:
Shout out to @HectorBellerin coming into 2018 like a Real G! pic.twitter.com/ZeDCzUqVJq
- Rio Ferdinand (@rioferdy5) January 10, 2018
We await Bellerin's response to Ferdinand's banter.
The Spaniard will be busy preparing for Arsenal's Carabao Cup semi-final first leg tie with Chelsea tonight, so he probably hasn't seen Ferdinand's tweet just yet.
What could have been at Arsenal...
Arsenal were knocked out of the FA Cup at the hands of Nottingham Forest at the weekend. Can they bounce back from that disappointing defeat with a big win tonight?
Rollin' into the semi-final full of smiles #COYG pic.twitter.com/wuRnbE2fDl
- Héctor Bellerín (@HectorBellerin) January 9, 2018
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