Arsenal have opened the door slightly to the idea of Hector Bellerin joining Inter on loan rather than an immediate permanent deal, according to a report in the English print media.

As has been reported by English tabloid The Sun, Arsenal had previously shown no interest in letting the Spaniard leave on a standard loan deal. They wanted immediate cash for the right-back that they signed from Barcelona.

Inter meanwhile, were more interested in taking the player on loan and evaluating whether they want to sign him permanently or not in the future.

Now, Arsenal are prepared to let Hector Bellerin go out on loan but with a specific condition that Inter must agree to. The Nerazzurri must sign the player permanently for an agreed transfer fee as soon as their financial position improves and becomes stable.

The clubs will have to agree on how they define Inter’s situation improving but talks are progressing.