Inter target Hector Bellerin would like to leave his current club Arsenal, but as of yet no concrete offers have arrived for him.

This according to UK new outlet The Telegraph, who report that the 26-year-old is hoping for a new challenge and would like a move to Inter, but that a move away would depend on the conditions that the Gunners are willing to accept.

Inter are not the only club to have taken an interest in signing Bellerin, with German side Bayer Leverkusen having expressed interest last summer and clubs in La Liga having been following the player since January.

However, the Gunners have not received any serious offers from an interested club for the Spaniard as of yet, and have yet to come close to accepting any offers from the Nerazzurri.

With Inter, the situation remains as it has for some time, with the Nerazzurri wanting to bring the player in on loan with an option to buy and the Gunners being reluctant to let him go without at least an obligation to buy in the deal, and the player will not arrive at Inter unless his current club change their stance.

Meanwhile, the London club are thought to be pursuing targets at right-back, possibly pre-empting and preparing for the departure of Bellerin.