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Reports: Inter Milan ready to sell their star to Arsenal on one condition

27 Jan 2019, 23:45 IST

Arsenal is trying to sign Ivan Perisic from Inter
Arsenal is trying to sign Ivan Perisic from Inter

What's the news?

According to reports, Inter Milan will allow Ivan Perisic to join Arsenal only on a permanent basis.

In case you didn't know...

After starting the season superbly under Unai Emery, Arsenal's form suffered in the recent weeks and they won just two of their last five Premier League games. The London-based club is currently fifth on the league table and will be aiming for finishing in the Champions League qualification places.

However, there are a number of problematic positions in the team and the Gunners are currently trying to take full advantage of the ongoing transfer window to enhance their team.

Croatia's World Cup star, Ivan Perisic were linked with a move to the Emirates and the Gunners approached Inter Milan for signing him on loan.

The heart of the matter

According to reports, Inter Milan do not want a loan deal for Arsenal's target, Ivan Perisic.

Arsenal enquired about Perisic but want to do a loan deal with a permanent switch in the summer as they have limited funds in January.

Inter know that Perisic is interested in leaving but they insisted that he can go only if it is a permanent switch and a club meets their price of £35m, while they want the cash up front.

Inter boss Luciano Spalletti said: “If a player is good, it's obvious that every club would want him. Of course, then the figures must be adequate for things to go through."

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Unai Emery recently revealed that Arsenal will sign a player only on loan this window and the Gunners might not have funds to complete the deal. However, they are currently looking to sell Mesut Ozil which might help them in generating the funds to sign the Croatian.

What's next?

Inter Milan will play Torino at Stadio Olimpico Grande later today, whereas, Arsenal will host Cardiff City at the Emirates in their next league match.

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