Arsenal soften their stance on Bellerin but Inter is still asking for same thing

Arsenal is keen to get rid of Hector Bellerin this summer and that has made them shift positions as they negotiate his sale with Inter Milan.

The Italians have appeared as his most serious suitors at the moment, but they cannot reach an agreement with Arsenal over his signature.

Inter wants him to replace Achraf Hakimi but they are only offering a loan deal with the option of a permanent transfer.

Arsenal had wanted only an outright sale, but Tuttomercatoweb says in the last hours they have agreed to allow him to leave on loan, but only with an obligation to buy.

Despite this change of demands, the report says Inter is still insisting on just a loan with the option to buy.

If the Italians keep asking for this arrangement, the full-back might remain at the Emirates this summer unless another club comes in to sign him.

He has already agreed on personal terms with the Italians on a five-year deal worth 3.5m euros per season and he is pushing Arsenal to reach an agreement with them for him to pack his bags and depart the Emirates.

His transfer is set to affect Mikel Arteta’s plans for the new season especially if he plans to sign another right back in this transfer window.

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  1. If we want to unload Bellerin we ought to insist on a straight sale for circa 12/15m.Loan offers should be rejected for someone who is experienced and has relatively low mileage on the clock.

    1. Straight sale or a loan with an”obligation”to buy it is about time we start seeing some outgoings no?

  2. This is talks. This deal will probably be done but not on the value we expected. But with a 5.7m/year deal it is important to take him off out big wage list. One we won’t see going seems to be Willian and his big contract…. :/

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