Inter Milan are ready to make Arsenal an offer worth €30 million plus a significant resale percentage for striker Folarin Balogun.

This according to Italian broadcaster Sky Sport Italia, via FCInterNews, who report that the Nerazzurri are preparing their initial offer for the 22-year-old, and could try to use a resale percentage to tempt the Gunners into dropping their demands.

Arsenal striker Balogun has re-emerged as Inter’s primary target in attack following the collapse of their pursuit of West Ham United’s Gianluca Scamacca.

The Nerazzurri are therefore ready to start making their move.

They’ve had the 22-yar-old on their radar for some time now. But now, with just a couple weeks left before next season, and less than a month before the summer transfer window slams shut, the Nerazzurri are starting to make a serious move.

Inter Milan Hoping To Use Resale Percentage To Convince Arsenal On Folarin Balogun Deal

Naturally, the biggest question in Inter’s pursuit of Balogun is whether they can convince Arsenal on a fee.

Reports have suggested that the Nerazzurri have already allocated around €40 million to a move for a striker.

This is around what they were reportedly prepared to pay Chelsea up front for Romelu Lukaku.

Moreover, the Nerazzurri had been in talks with West Ham for Scamacca, who the Hammers value at around €30 million.

As for Arsenal’s stance, the Gunners reportedly want at the very least €40 million for Balogun.

Some reports have also put the Londoners’ demands as high as €50 million or above.

But according to Sky, Inter have a very specific strategy in mind to do a deal for Balogun.

The Nerazzurri will only put forward a cash bid of €25 million, plus €5 million in add-ons, initially, Sky reports.

However, that deal would also include a significant percentage of future resale.

Now Inter are hoping that Arsenal are open to a deal of this nature.