Report: Inter reach agreement with Bellerin, but still negotiate with Arsenal

Inter and Hector Bellerin have reportedly reached an agreement and the Nerazzurri must now close a deal with Arsenal.

La Gazzetta dello Sport claims the Nerazzurri have convinced the Spanish full-back of moving to Italy on a five-year deal and a salary worth €3.5m a season.

But the agreement with the Gunners is still missing, as the Londoners want to sell the player and Inter are looking for a loan with the option to buy.

The Gunners can sell the player on loan with an obligation to buy and value the Spaniard at €20m.

Inter, on the other hand, have a low transfer budget and hope Bellerin’s desire to move to Milan will be a key factor to unlock the deal with the Premier League giants.

Simone Inzaghi is looking for Achraf Hakimi’s replacement at San Siro, as the full-backs are very important in the tactical set-up of the former Lazio coach.

The report claims Inter are also looking at possible moves for Davide Zappacosta, Denzel Dumfries and Hans Hateboer, should the operation for Bellerin fall through.