Inter Milan considering a move for Hector Bellerin

Inter tracking Hector Bellerin

According to Italian journalist Gianluca Di Marzio, the Serie A champions Inter Milan are looking at Arsenal’s Hector Bellerin as a possible replacement for Achraf Hakimi.

The Moroccan international looks likely to depart the San Siro this summer, with Paris Saint-Germain hoping to wrap up his signature this month.

Reportedly, personal terms between the clubs have already been agreed. And it appears like it’s just a matter of time before the French giants launch a €70m bid [add ons included] to land the former Borussia Dortmund man.

The Gunners are open to the idea of letting Bellerin leave in this shop window if their asking price of €20 million is met. Several clubs from Spain as well as in Italy have shown interest in the 26-year-old Spaniard who has two years left on his current deal at the Emirates Stadium.

The La Masia academy graduate has been underwhelming since making his comeback from a serious ACL injury that he suffered at the start of 2019.

Regardless, Bellerin Is still only 26 and a fresh start somewhere else can be crucial for the right-back in getting his career back on track.

The defender has made 239 appearances for the North London outfit, scoring nine goals and assisting 29 on the way. He was a constant menace to the opposition’s left-back with his pacey lung-bursting runs during the whole course of a match.

Several clubs have showed interest in Bellerin over the years, but Arsenal had no intention to move him on. However, a parting of ways this summer looks probable and seems rational.

I think every Arsenal fan can agree things could have been so much better, if he had not suffered that injury against Chelsea in January 2019.

Yash Bisht

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  1. I find it, frankly, astonishing that any top level club can be seriously interested to move for Bellerin.

    IF this rumour of an interest around 20 mill euros is remotely correct, then we must grab it without a seconds delay and thank our lucky stars that there are other mug clubs around.

    Unlike YASH who thinks his injury in 2019 has caused Bellerins decline, I never thought he had any level of defensive ability in the first place from which to decline.

    I have wanted him gone for virtually his entire Arsenal career. Nothing personal, as he is a fine human being but I am concerned primarily with our club on THIS site.

  2. He is a good player, desrves the bug clubd interest, but I think it is time to move him.
    He looks like he is searching a new challenge and only 2 years left in contract.
    And I liked Chambers when he stepped up, Cedric can be the backup, especially with no Europe or we can add a new player.
    I hope the price is fair, tranfermarket gives 25M euros almost 20£, so that should be the minimum price we sell him for.
    Good luck to him.

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