Hector Bellerin 'tells Arsenal he wants to quit this summer with 26-year-old full-back hoping for Inter Milan move'

HECTOR BELLERIN has reportedly made Arsenal aware of his desire to leave the club this summer.

The defender, 26, is being targeted by Inter Milan as a replacement for Achraf Hakimi, who joined PSG last week.

And now Bellerin is believed to have taken matters into his own hands by visiting Arsenal's offices to request a move, claims Gianluca Di Marzio.

Working out a transfer deal is proving a little complicated, however, as the two parties are not on the same page.

The Gunners are keen to strike a permanent exit for the Spaniard but Inter's financial situation does not allow for such a deal at present.

And while a loan move would appeal to both clubs, there is reportedly disagreement over including an obligation for Inter to sign Bellerin permanently next summer.

That fee could be between £17-£21million, but Inter are refusing to commit without knowing what their financial situation will look like this time next year.

And given the Serie A champions could switch focus to Netherlands and PSV right-back Denzel Dumfries, it seems Bellerin has tried to speed up his exit.

But Bellerin could also have different options to choose from this summer.

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Barcelona were linked with a move for their former player a few months ago.

And La Liga rivals Atletico Madrid also like the look of the full-back, and could sign Bellerin as a replacement for Kieran Trippier if he leaves.

The England right-back has been linked with a switch to Manchester United and Everton.

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