Sky Sport report today that Spanish right-back Héctor Bellerín has been singled out by Inter as a potential replacement for Achraf Hakimi, as the Moroccan prepares to wrap up a transfer to Paris Saint-Germain.
The 26-year-old Arsenal man has been a regular fixture of the London club for the past seven seasons, picking up three FA Cup medals during his time with the Gunners. The asking price has been set at €20m, while Chelsea wing-back Davide Zappacosta, who spent last season on loan at Genoa, is also considered an option.
Inter’s search for a new right-sided wing-back comes in the wakr of Hakimi’s transfer to PSG reaching its closing stages, with a deal potentially reaching €70m – €60m along with €10m in add-ons. Of these €10m, €8m will be made up of easily attainable bonuses, with the remainder expected to be more difficult.
Meanwhile, Sky also report that the Nerazzurri have shown interest in Cagliari midfielder Nahitan Nández, with an initial offer being considered too low by the Sardinians – although a deal could be reached involving midfielder Lucien Agoumé going the other way, with Cagliari showing interest in the former Sochaux man who spent last season on loan at Spezia.