Inter Milan constantly calling Arsenal for Balogun as hopes of lower fee emerge

Arsenal remains steadfast in their insistence on securing a substantial fee for the transfer of Folarin Balogun, despite his exclusion from their first-team plans.

The highly sought-after striker garnered attention due to his impressive loan spell at Reims during the previous season, with Inter emerging as the primary contender for his signature, although AS Monaco also expressed interest recently.

The potential transfer hinges solely on Arsenal’s terms, with the club holding out for a fee of around 50 million euros for the promising young player.

However, Balogun has found limited opportunities within Arsenal’s lineup leading up to this season, signalling a clear intent on the club’s part for him to move on.

Inter, despite facing challenges, has not relented in their pursuit. A report from Sport Witness discloses that the Italian club has persisted in their communication with Arsenal concerning the striker’s transfer.

According to the report, as recently as yesterday, both clubs engaged in discussions regarding Balogun’s potential move.

Inter is growing increasingly convinced that Arsenal will eventually revise their asking price due to their apparent lack of plans for the player.

Just Arsenal Opinion

Balogun is unwanted at the Emirates and we need to stop putting a high valuation on him.

He has only had one good season as a professional and may not perform that well in the next campaign.

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  1. One good season, out of one professional season. At a club that would have otherwise been relegation fodder. If we sell for €40m we want 25% sell on clause and a €50m buy back option. If he gets 20+ goals in serie A, we have to conclude he’s the real deal and should have got an opportunity ahead of Nketiah, who can’t even get ahead of Havertz, which is laughable.

  2. Now that Lukaku is on his way to Juventus with Vlahovic going to Chelsea, Inter need Balogun more than ever. Let the fight between Inter and Monaco begin, £££.

    1. Must we always buy expensively and sell cheaply? Here’s a young striker whose best years are still ahead of him and has shown real potential, if we must sell, please don’t sell bellow the market value. I’d like to give him a chance with us, so we don’t end up regretting down the street

  3. Inter hoping to unsettle Balogun and trying to reduce price by being cheapskates.

    Always seems a nightmare dealing with Italian clubs. Overprice their players and plead poverty when buying. Inter has made money this Summer right?

    I agree with Wambam.
    If Inter don’t want to meet our valuation and want Balogun for 35 million, hoping his discontent and Arteta’s freeze out will lower our price.

    1. Buy back clause for 45 million
    2. 25% sell on fee.
    3. No loan with option/obligation nonsense, we need the money this year.

    If they won’t agree, then tell them jog on look elsewhere.

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