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Arsenal make a decision on Hector Bellerin’s future amid interest from Inter and Atletico

Arsenal right back Hector Bellerin has been heavily linked with a move away from the Emirates Stadium and its now revealed that they have made a decision on his future amid Inter and Atletico interest.



( Arsenal defender Hector Bellerin / Photo via Getty )

Hector Bellerin has in this summer transfer window been heavily linked with an exit from Arsenal and Inter Milan and Atletico Madrid have been the two clubs that are heavily linked with a move for the Spanish international. It’s however reported that Arsenal have made a decision on the future of Hector Bellerin despite the serious interest from Inter Milan and Atletico Madrid.

Hector Bellerin has lost the right back spot of Arsenal as he was many times benched last season by Mikel Arteta as the Spanish coach didn’t trust him and it has been claimed in recent years that he might prefer to try out a new place after having been in London for close to a decade. There has been rumours that Hector Bellerin has already received an offer from Inter Milan and that he would accept it but a new report has provided new information on the future of the right back.

The Guardian is now reporting that Arsenal want to offer Hector Bellerin a new deal to extend his stay at the Emirates Stadium and that the technical director of the North Londoners Edu Gaspar met with the representative of the Spanish fullback on Thursday to inform him of their intentions. It’s claimed that the gunners hope that offering Bellerin a new deal will be able to convince him to stay at the Emirates Stadium.

It is not confirmed in the above report whether Hector Bellerin will accept the offer by Arsenal and so it’s going to be an interesting few weeks ahead as everyone is expected to make their decisions soon as the European  leagues will soon start.

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