Inter Milan have no intention of triggering the release clause of Atletico Madrid striker Alvaro Morata.

The Nerazzurri are currently searching the market for a new centre-forward after ending their negotiations with Romelu Lukaku.

The Belgian striker irked the Beneamata who found out that the Chelsea wantaway was simultaneously negotiating a transfer to Juventus.

Therefore, Inter Milan have lined up a list of potential candidates for the role, and it includes Alvaro Morata.

The Spaniard still has one year left on his contract with the Rojiblancos. However, the Spanish capital club isn’t willing to offer any discounts.

According to Relevo via FcInterNews, Atletico are asking for 21 million euros to part ways with the Spain international. This figure represents the release clause inserted in the player’s contract.

But as the source reveals, the Nerazzurri have no intention of meeting this hefty price.

Inter Milan Aren’t Willing To Pay The Release Clause To Trigger The Transfer Of Alvaro Morata From Atletico Madrid

This suggests that the club will resort to other options on the market. The other profiles on the shortlist include Arsenal’s Folarin Balogun, Udinese striker Beto and West Ham United’s Gianluca Scamacca.

As for Morata, the source also links him to Roma and his former club Juventus. A move to the Saudi Pro League remains in the background for now.

However, the report believes that Atletico Madrid aren’t in advanced negotiations with any other club for the striker’s services.