Hector Bellerin’s first meeting with Arsenal to discuss a move to Inter Milan has went well, with the Gunners increasingly likely to accept a loan deal.
That’s according to Calciomercato.it, who say Arsenal want to ensure they can make as much as possible from selling Bellerin.
Earlier today, we covered a report which stated Bellerin’s agent was in London today for a meeting with the Gunners to try and open up the possibility of a loan move to Inter Milan.
There was a hope that Arsenal could be persuaded to change their mind on a loan, having previously resisted it but then softened their stance of late.
CM.it now have information about the meeting and say that Bellerin was there with his agent for the meeting today.
According to their information, that meeting was ‘quite positive’ from the point of view of Arsenal being convinced to accept a loan with a right to buy.
Having previously resisted such a formula, they are now open to it, but their ‘request’ is that any loan would be an ‘very expensive’ one so that they can ensure a ‘minimum gain’ from the Spaniard’s departure.
What those figures are isn’t mentioned, but it seems having resisted, Arsenal are now happy to do business, and this move could happen sooner rather than later.