Inter have agreed personal terms with Arsenal’s Hector Bellerin, but his current club have yet to be convinced on the possibility of a deal for the player.
This according to today’s print edition of Milan-based newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport, who report that the player wants an Inter move and has agreed terms on a five-year deal, but the Gunners have still not said yes to a deal.
The 26-year-old is thought to be a top target to replace Achraf Hakimi with the Moroccan having departed for Paris Saint-Germain last week, and the Nerazzurri will hope to accelerate the process of bringing him in to strengthen the squad available to Simone Inzaghi.
The player has made his intentions clear, having requested a move away and with talks with Inter having resulted in an agreement for a five-year contract worth a net of €3.5 million per season plus add-ons.
However, there is still no agreement between Inter and Arsenal about a potential move for the player, with the Nerazzurri hoping to bring him in on a loan with a purchase option while the Gunners remain firm on their desire for any loan deal to include an obligation to buy the player outright.