Hector Bellerin has in the last two years struggled with injuries and he has this season failed to get a consistent run of games due to other slight setbacks and was dropped in Arsenal’s last few matches before the league was suspended. Current reports are now reporting that Inter Milan are interested in Bellerin and that he could be interested in this move.
Hector Bellerin has been at Arsenal for almost a decade now and has established himself as the first choice right back of the gunners but he has however received some criticism in the last few years and the injury that he sustained in the game against Chelsea in 2019 made him miss the rest of the season and even though he is now back, he hasn’t been the same as Sokratis is even starting ahead of him.
FCInterNews recently published a report saying that Inter Milan will try to sign Hector Bellerin in the summer transfer window since their CEO Giuseppe Marotta is a big fan of the Spanish right back and the report also said that Antonio Conte might consider to not make Victor Moses’s move from Chelsea permanent.
The report also revealed how Hector Bellerin is already being pursued by Sevilla and Atletico Madrid but it however confirmed that the 25-year-old might want another scenery since he once played there in the youth league hence considering a move to Inter Milan who look to have big strong after the appointment of Antonio Conte.
Hector Bellerin has in the last few years made it open that he is very interested in fashion and so coming to the Milan city could seem like a good option for him since it’s a great place for people with the same interests as him but Inter Milan would however have to pay £30million since the Spaniard still has three years on his current contract at the Emirates Stadium.
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