From Folarin Balogun and Beto to Mehdi Taremi and Alvaro Morata, Inter Milan directors have held a meeting to disccuss the club’s striker targets.

This according to Italian news outlet FCInterNews, who report that the Nerazzurri held the meeting at the club’s training centre today.

Inter aren’t quite back to square one in their search for a striker.

However, the Nerazzurri have certainly hit a major stumbling block in the form of the failure of their pursuit of Gianluca Scamacca.

The 24-year-old looks to be on the verge of making the move to Atalanta after Inter had spent the past week or so negotiating with West Ham United to try and sign him.

Therefore, the Nerazzurri directors are having to rethink their strategy.

Whilst Lautaro Martinez and Marcus Thuram will certainly be key men in attack next season, one more attacker will almost certainly arrive before the summer transfer window closes.

Inter Milan Directors Meet To Discuss Striker Targets – Balogun, Beto, Taremi, Morata

In terms of Inter’s attacking targets, first there’s Arsenal striker Balogun.

The US international is certainly a player who the Nerazzurri feel would be a good investment for both the present and the future.

The big question, however, could be on whether or not the Gunners are willing to sell the 22-year-old for a fee that’s within Inter’s price range.

Then, there’s Udinese striker Beto.

The Portuguese would arguably the closest player to Scamacca in profile and style of play.

Like the Italian, Beto is a tall and strong centre-forward who is also technically adept enough to link up with teammates.

Meanwhile, Atletico Madrid striker Morata remains Inter coach Inzaghi’s preferred pick.

The Nerazzurri directors have continued to be reluctant to make a significant investment in a fee and wages to sign a player of Morata’s age. However, FCIN reports, for Inzaghi, he would still be the ideal solution.

Lastly, the outlet report, there is always Porto’s Mehdi Taremi.

Whilst the 31-year-old Iranian international is not anyone at Inter’s top target, he is still on their shortlist.

If all of the other potential targets end up being untenable for one reason or another, the Nerazzurri could well decide that the Porto striker is the most logical option out of those available.