Inter Milan are considering the sale of reported Chelsea and Tottenham target Marcelo Brozovic, according to Calciomercato.
The Daily Mail reported in the summer that Antonio Conte’s Chelsea were close to sealing a deal to Brozovic. However, the move never materialised and he stayed on at Inter.
Calciomercato report that he was set to extend his contract with the Serie A giants, but those discussions have been shelved after a bust-up with manager Frank De Boer.
The Italian site believe that both his behaviour and a string of poor performances have left Inter chiefs considering cashing-in on the Croatian. They note that Tottenham are said to be one of the sides that would be interested in securing his signature and that he could be available in January for a fee in the region of £17.8 million.
That figure is over £7 million less than Chelsea were reportedly offering for him in the summer, a reflection of how out-of-favour he is with De Boer and the higher-powers at the club.