Arsenal would consider allowing Inter target Hector Bellerin  leave on loan, but only if the deal includes an obligation to buy on a permanent basis.

This according to Italian news outlet, who report that the Gunners have softened their stance but will only go so far to accommodate the Nerazzurri.

The player has made his wishes known, with personal terms already agreed between the 26-year-old and the Nerazurri on a five-year deal worth €3.5 million net per season.

He has asked Arsenal to allow him to leave, though for now there is still no agreement between clubs regarding the formula for a deal for the player.

The Nerazzurri only want the Spaniard on loan with a purchase option, while the Gunners would agree to a loan move but are demanding that the option be a mandatory obligation triggered by certain conditions.

Should the Gunners agree to a loan with an option to buy then the Nerazzurri would sign the player, even if Cagliari’s Nahitan Nandez is to also arrive, but if the English club do not agree to the Nerazzurri’s conditions then they do not intend to sign the player.