Nerazzurri have changed their perspective when it comes to signing Gunners star Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang. Inter had previously identified Gabon international as a footballer capable of coming in and replacing Lautaro should he leave but they are now thinking about adding him to form the attacking department with Lautaro and Lukaku.
The report from the Milan based news outlet goes on to state that should Inter Milan bring Pierre-Emerick to the club it would mean that they would not sign on loan Alexis Sanchez from Man United.
Aubameyang’s deal with the Gunners is due to expire at the end of next campaign meaning Inter Milan may be able to get him cheaper than his true value as the London club will wish to avoid losing him for nothing next summer.
This campaign the 31-year-old centre-forward has played 41 games across all tournaments to date, in which he has scored 25 goals and provided two assists.
Considering this, his price will be below his market value and so Serie A giants could look to sign the player, similar to how they secured Christian Eriksen’s signature in the January transfer window, the report continues.
The Italian club are still looking to keep Man United’s Sanchez, and Chile international’s deal also expires at the end of next campaign. Inter Milan are currently in talks with the English club, both to keep the footballer for the rest of this campaign and a loan deal for the next campaign.
The Gabonese centre-forward is Arsenal captain and has drawn links to a whole array of clubs in recent weeks and months with him having been linked with both Inter Milan and Barcelona among several other clubs.