Arsenal have made their stance clear on Inter target Hector Bellerin, with the English club demanding that if the player is loaned out to Inter the deal include an obligation to buy.
This according to Italian news outlet L’Interista, who report that the 26-year-old is intent on an Inter move and that the Gunners are willing to continue talks but still expect that a loan deal include a purchase option.
Bellerin’s agent was in London yesterday to meet with the Gunners, with the player hoping that an exit can be secured, as he wants a move to Inter having already agreed personal terms with the Nerazzurri and made his intentions known to the Gunners.
The English club have opened up to the possibility of a paid loan with an obligation to buy and are willing to negotiate with Inter on the amounts involved, but are insistent on the loan including a mandatory obligation to buy the player on a permanent basis, which is thought to be difficult for the Nerazzurri financially during the summer transfer window.
The player continues to want a transfer to Inter and his will could become decisive, but it remains to be seen whether the clubs can come to an agreement on a deal.