Arsenal’s high demands are making a move to Inter Milan difficult for Hector Bellerin this summer.
That’s according to Corriere dello Sport, who say that the Gunners are not willing to ‘give in’ to the Nerazzurri’s idea for a transfer.
The newspaper explains that after selling Achraf Hakimi to Paris Saint Germain, Inter are in desperate need of a new right-back.
The list of options they are looking at ‘varies from day to day’, and while the favourite is Denzel Dumfries, he is considered difficult to get.
As such, they are looking at alternatives, and Bellerin is one of them, with him having told Arsenal he would like to leave.
That ‘bodes well’ for Inter Milan and works in their favour, but Arsenal are starting negotiations from a ‘high valuation’, and that makes things difficult.
Mikel Arteta and co do not want to ‘give in’ to Inter Milan’s conditions, with them trying to do loan deal with a right to buy.
That is only the situation ‘for the moment’, though, with the newspaper hinting that the Gunners’ position could change as the window progresses.
Bellerin, for his part, is ‘tempted’ by a move to Serie A and both those higher up at Inter and their manager Simone Inzaghi like him.
There is everything there to make a deal happen then, but first, Arsenal will have to lower their demands or open up to the idea of a loan.