Inter could face an obstacle in trying to bring in Hector Bellerin this summer, with the Spaniard’s current club Arsenal not interested in letting him leave on loan.

This according to Italian broadcaster Sky Sport Italia, who report that the London club are currently not open to any deal for the player which would not on a permanent basis.

Inter tare thought to have identified the 26-year-old as a potential replacement for Achraf Hakimi with the Moroccan’s departure imminent.

However, the Nerazzurri are also reported to be seeking a loan move for the player, with an option to buy, as the club would struggle to meet the Gunners’ valuation for him in this summer due to budgetary concerns.

It is thought that the club are still actively pursuing the Spanish right-back, with talks having taken place with the player’s agent and Arsenal aware of their interest.

However, the outcome of the transfer saga could depend on whether the Premier League club change their stance on the proposition of an initial loan move.