After a breakout season in Serie A on a loan deal to Inter Milan from Dinamo Zagreb, Marcelo Brozovic finally completed a permanent move to the Serie A giants. But with Roberto Mancini’s bosses having new plans for the team, Brozovic’s time with the club may be short-lived.
According to Gazzetta Dello Sport, Inter Milan are willing to let the Croatian midfielder leave via transfer if any interested parties are willing to pay a £21 million fee.
The Serie A giants are reportedly trying to make room for Axel Witsel and are willing to give up on Brozovic to give him a spot on the team.
Per the source, Liverpool and Arsenal are interested in the 23-year-old star.
Brozovic had four goals and five assists in Serie A this past year, and another three goals in Coppa Italia. He also represented Croatia in Euro 2016, notching an assist in a 2-2 draw with the Czech Republic.
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