Italian giants want a loan to buy agreement for Arsenal star

Inter Milan remains keen on signing Hector Bellerin and they see him as the ideal replacement for Achraf Hakimi, but they don’t want an outright purchase, initially.

The Spaniard has been the subject of transfer interest from several clubs and Inter looks to be his most serious suitors at the moment.

The Italian champions are set to sell Arsenal target Hakimi this summer and they have started looking for replacements, according to Sky Sport Italia journalist Gianluca Di Marzio.

The report says the Serie A champions consider the Arsenal man a good fit to replace the Moroccan. However, they aren’t looking to purchase him immediately.

Even though they will make good money from the sale of Hakimi, the report says they want to loan him with an option to buy later.

Arsenal needs cash from sales in this transfer window and Bellerin is one of the few players in their squad at the moment who can fetch them some decent money this summer.

They could replace him with another full-back, but they have Cedric Soares and Calum Chambers as two other players for that position.

If Mikel Arteta is confident that they can fill in for him, the Spaniard could use his transfer fee to strengthen other parts of his squad in this transfer window.

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7 Comments

  1. JimminyCricket says:

    Stupid! Why would we be interested in this deal at all?? If they want him they must cough up the cash!

    1. Ozziegunner says:

      👍 Spot on!

  2. PJ-SA says:

    Loan to buy = loan until sale value is even lower then buy or free transfer.

    It’s really not surprising that almost no-one wants our players we are trying to offload, or are offering half of what we want.

    1. Siamois says:

      Sadly true.

    2. sendia says:

      If they don’t want it or are only offering loans then we shouldn’t give a f about them and keep those players

  3. Simon says:

    If they can’t buy, they should look elsewhere.. Nansense

  4. gunnerforlife says:

    No question of Arsenal agreeing to this deal. Either buy outright or dont buy.

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