The Spanish full-back has earned plenty of new admirers since breaking into the first team at Emirates Stadium.
Bellerin was a regular starter for Arsene Wenger’s men last season, making five assists and scoring one goal in 36 Premier League games for the Gunners to help them finish in second place in the table.
He joined Arsenal from Barcelona as a teenager and there have been suggestions that he could head back to Camp Nou in the future.
However, while the 21-year-old admits that he is aware of the speculation about his future, he insists that he is committed to the north London club.
Bellerin told Spanish newspaper AS: “I’m very happy to receive interest from such big clubs. As a footballer, it’s always nice.
“But I have already said that I’m very content with where I am and right now I’m not thinking in anything else other than the Spanish national team and giving my all.
“If Dani Alves goes, its true that they will need a right-back replacement, but there are many in Europe.
Arsenal ended up above Tottenham in the table after their final-day win over Aston Villa, leaving them 10 points behind champions Leicester.
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