Inter Milan are seeking a more balanced attacking department, which is why they’ll be looking to replace Marko Arnautovic with Albert Gudmundsson.

The Nerazzurri have already secured the services of Mehdi Taremi who will join as a free agent in the summer.

On the other hand, Alexis Sanchez will leave once his contract expires.

But as Calciomercato explains, this could leave the Nerazzurri with an unbalanced attack.

The source notes that Taremi and Arnautovic are both centre-forwards who can replace Lautaro Martinez.

On the other hand, Marcus Thuram, who despite his Number 9 jersey, plays more as a second striker, won’t have a natural backup.

Hence, Inter will be looking to resolve the issue by offloading Arnautovic and replacing him with Gumdmunsson.

The 26-year-old is a natural second striker blessed with great technique and elegant dribbling skills. He has been enjoying a sensational breakout season as Genoa, scoring 14 Serie A goals already.

However, signing the Iceland international won’t be an easy mission for the Nerazzurri. For instance, the player has revealed his dream to play in the Premier League.

Inter Milan Looking To Maintain Attacking Department Balance By Offloading Arnautovic & Signing Gudmundsson

Moreover, the Grifone are requesting at least 30 million euros to part ways with their main talisman. Inter would attempt to lower the cost by inserting one or more players as bargaining chips.

Nevertheless, these attempts would be all in vain if the Italian champions can’t find a buyer for Arnautovic.

The 35-year-old Austrian returned to San Siro for a second spell last season, completing a move from Genoa. His contract with the Nerazzurri is valid for another year.

The former West Ham striker has contributed with four goals and three assists in 32 appearances across all competitions this term.