Inter Milan want to move fast to try and sign Arsenal striker Folarin Balogun, but coach Simone Inzaghi still wants Alvaro Morata.

This according to Italian news outlet FCInterNews, who report that the Nerazzurri are scrambling to change their plans after their pursuit of Gianluca Scamacca fell through.

In the past few days, signing Scamacca from West Ham United has looked to be Inter’s main objective in attack.

The Nerazzurri have held talks with the hammers where they looked to have a deal to sign the 24-year-old within their reach.

However, the player is now right on the verge of joining Atalanta.

La Dea made a higher offer to West Ham than Inter were willing to go up to. And for the player’s part, Scamacca is happy to accept the switch to Bergamo for next season.

Therefore, Inter are now looking to make their next move in attack.

And now, the Nerazzurri know that there are only a few more weeks left before the summer transfer window closes. Moreover, the team begin their Serie A season in just two weeks.

Inter Want To Get Moving For Balogun – Inzaghi Still Holding Out For Morata

Now, Inter’s main target in attack looks to once again be Folarin Balogun from Arsenal.

However, the question of the 22-year-old’s asking price will be all-important.

The Gunners have reportedly set the price tag as high as €50 million for Balogun.

This would clearly be out of Inter’s price range.

However, Arsenal would reportedly be open to accepting a lower cash bid if it were to include a resale percentage of around 20%. According to FCIN, the Gunners could then go as low as €35-40 million.

Even at that fee, however, FCIN reports that the Nerazzurri wouldn’t necessarily jump to invest that amount.

According to the outlet, the owners have yet to green light a cash investment of that size in Balogun. They are still thinking about it.

Therefore, the Nerazzurri may have to look elsewhere for a new striker.

And according to FCIN, that could well end up being Morata.

And, if the Spaniard is the man who Inter go for, one person who would not be too broken up is Inzaghi.

The coach is still a fan of the idea of bringing Morata in. The 30-yer-old would be a reliable target man with plenty of Serie A experience, and remains Inzaghi’s first choice.