Arsenal defender Hector Bellerin has left fans baffled by showing off a new hairstyle amid the coronavirus lockdown.
The Gunners star has a notoriously extravagant style when it comes to fashion but his new trim has more of a military vibe to it – the very opposite of his former flowing locks.
Bellerin, who promotes his choice of vegan lifestyle and social activism via social media, revealed his new haircut on his Twitter account on Friday afternoon.
The Spaniard posted a selfie of him rocking his efficient haircut wearing a ‘Geto Boys’ hoody accompanied by the caption: “Stay home, enjoy the sun.”
Tottenham manager Jose Mourinho had recently gone for the short back and sides look too.
The UK is on day four of the coronavirus lockdown issued by Prime Minister Boris Johnson in an attempt to slow the spread of the deadly COVID-19 virus.
There were mixed reactions to Bellerin’s new style, ranging from ‘leave my club’ to ‘hair you could set your watch to’.
Bellerin previously had long hair
“Now that the hair is short, 99 Pace Hector incomingggg,” tweeted one fan.
“No hair, don’t care. 10 points for the Geto Boys hoodie,” added another.
“Man heard us get linked with dumfries and brought back the OG heccy b,” said a third Gooner.
“THERES BEEN ANOTHER SHAVE DOWN IN LONDON BUT FOR WHO CHRIS KAMARA??” joked a fourth.
“Ignore the haters you will go back to being the best RB in the world!” tweeted a Bellerin supporter.
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Meanwhile, Bellerin and Aston Villa defender Tyrone Mings have been named alongside Greta Thunberg as ‘visionary leaders’ in Forbes’ list of ’30 Under 30′.
Thunberg, the Swedish environmentalist who has been nominated for two Nobel Peace Prizes, is among actors, musicians and sport stars on the fifth European list.
Bellerin made just seven Premier League appearances for Arsenal…