According to La Gazzetta dello Sport, Inter could be willing to sanction deals to sign both Arsenal striker Folarin Balogun and Porto’s Medhi Taremi.
After losing out to Atalanta in the running to sign Gianluca Scamacca, Inter are in a race against time to try and make sure they have another striker in the building before their season opener against Monza next Saturday.
Reports this morning coming out of Italy have suggested that Inter are so keen to bolster their slim striking options that they could be willing to splash serious cash to bring in both of their primary targets in the shape of Balogun and Taremi.
Sanctioning a deal for both players could cost the Nerazzuri up to €70million given that French side AS Monaco were quoted €40million to sign former Reims man Balogun and reports from Portugal have suggested that Iranian marksman Taremi will not be allowed to leave the Dragao for less that €30million.
Jake Smalley | GIFN