Arsenal are reportedly deemed to have agreed personal terms with Ivan Perisic, although they remain unclear whether they can pursue him from Inter Milan before the transfer deadline.
The Croatia international has already handed in a transfer request at the Nerazzurri but the club are still reluctant to sanction his sale unless their demands are met in the coming days.
Amidst this, Football Italia claims that the Croatian has already agreed on a €3m salary after tax for the temporary deal with the Gunners while he could garner as much as €6.5m annually, if the move is made permanent in the summer.
The Gunners are currently discussing a temporary switch for the attacker with the option to buy him for around €40m at the conclusion of the ongoing campaign.
However, the Nerazzurri are understood to want an obligatory buy clause presented on the table and that remains the prime reason behind the move stalling at the moment.
Inter Milan have already begun the search for a replacement with Rodrigo de Paul and Yannick Carassco on their radar to replace for the 2018 World Cup finalist.