Hector Bellerin's transfer from Arsenal to join Italian giants is still unclear. Inter Milan's manager Simone Inzaghi refused to release any information regarding to Hector Bellerin's transfer link to the club.
The 26-year old right-back is set to leave the Gunners in the summer transfer. Inter Milan were the greatest admirers of Hector Bellerin and the Spanish was linked to joining the Italian giants. Inter Milan looked forward to signing Hector Bellerin to replace the outgoing defender Achraf Hakimi. According to the Sun, no open talk has taken place between Arsenal and Inter Milan over Bellerin's price hence his transfer still unpredictable.
Hector Bellerin has one year left before his contract with the Gunners comes to an end. Arsenal are looking forward to sell the right-back so as to get more finance to buy new players.
Hector Bellerin is an experienced right-back who rose up in Arsenal's major squad during Wenger's time. He excelled throughout in the Arsenal's jersey giving consistency in Arsenal's back four. He is well known for his clinical assists and Arsenal will miss him a lot of they decide to let him go.
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