Arsenal defender Hector Bellerin has an agreement to join Inter Milan but it looks like the Gunners are not ready to let him off so easily, as per Sempre Inter.
Sempre Inter cites Italian reports: “Hector Bellerin still wants a move from Arsenal to Inter, and his agent is working to convince the Gunners to soften their stance and agree to the Nerazzurri’s proposed terms for a move.
“This according to Italian broadcaster SportMediaset, who report that the Spaniard’s agent will be in Milan soon where he will continue talks with Inter about his client’s situation.
“However, talks between the two clubs about a potential move have stalled, with the Gunners not thought to be open to the Nerazzurri’s proposed formula of a loan with an option to buy.”
Will Arsenal refuse to let Hector Bellerin leave?
Hector Bellerin has seen his importance dip at the club during the 2020-21 season so it was quite evident that the club will cash in on him during the ongoing transfer window.
But as per the report, Arsenal are only going to let the right-back leave on a permanent deal or if the loan deal has an obligation to buy next summer.
Inter Milan are planning to sign Hector Bellerin as a replacement for Achraf Hakimi and since the Italian side have sold Hakimi for a steep transfer fee to PSG, the Gunners are refusing to lower their demands.
PSG paid £54 million for the right-back so clearly, Inter have the money to spare which is why Arsenal are refusing to budge.
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The North London side have Cedric Soares at the club so they are not too worried about bringing in a replacement but on the other hand, Inter Milan need to bring in Hector Bellerin to fill that void.
We feel Hector Bellerin will be allowed to leave before deadline day but the Serie A side have no other choice but to meet Arsenal’s demands so the deal to go through without any hiccups.
As per the rumours, Mikel Arteta has already chosen Cedric Soares as his first-choice right-back when Arsenal play their opening Premier League match of the 2021/22 campaign.