Arsenal want €35 million plus add-ons to sell Inter Milan target Folarin Balogun this summer.

This according to Sky Sport Italia transfer market expert Gianluca Di Marzio, via FCInter1908, who also reported that Atletico Madrid are holding out for at least €21 million to sell Alvaro Morata.

Inter are starting to narrow their search for a striker following the end of their pursuit of Romelu Lukaku.

It’s only been a few days since the Nerazzurri pulled the plug on talks to sign the Belgian. However, their search is already in full swing, and their shortlist is coming into clear definition.

The two names at the top of the Nerazzurri’s list appear to be Morata and Balogun.

And the Nerazzurri’s choice between the two could well come down to how they evaluate the respective price tags and ages of the two strikers.

Arsenal Want €35M + Add-Ons For Folarin Balogun

In the case of 22-year-old US international Balogun, Di Marzio reports that Arsenal have made the asking price €35 million plus add-ons.

This is right around what Inter were ready to pay Chelsea to sign Lukaku.

This would be a high fee for the Nerazzurri. However, they could see it as a worthwhile investment in a player of Balogun’s age and potential.

The American scored 22 times in all competitions on loan with Reims last season.

Revealed – Why Atletico Madrid Holding Out For €21M For Alvaro Morata

Meanwhile, should Inter decide to sign a more experienced striker, they could go for Atletico Madrid striker Morata.

The Colchoneros’ asking price for the 30-year-old is clear – €21 million.

Previous reports had suggested that this is a release clause in the former Juventus, Chelsea, and Real Madrid striker’s contract.

However, Di Marzio gives a different reason for Atletico’s asking price.

He reports that this is the fee that would allow the La Liga giants to avoid taking a capital loss on Morata.

Selling the striker for less would cause Atletico some financial problems.

Therefore, it looks as though Inter could have a clear choice in terms of both the profiles of their two targets, and also the fees that they would have to pay to sign them.