Three days ago, Calciomercato reported Manchester United are ‘seriously thinking’ about signing Inter Milan’s Marcelo Brozović.
Apart from the Red Devils, there are other clubs, like Chelsea and Paris Saint-Germain, ‘interested’ in the 28-year-old.
That’s according to FcInterNews, who mention the Blues and PSG in a report detailing the midfielder’s contract situation.
His current deal expires in 2022. It’s claimed the Croatia international’s ‘will is clear’, he ‘wants to stay at Inter’. However, his entourage will have to receive an ‘adequate offer’ from the Italian champions.
Brozović is represented by his father, Ivan. The latter and the family’s trusted lawyer have a meeting scheduled with the Nerazzurri leaders on October 14th to discuss the renewal.
The deal can be closed for €6m per year, but Inter will try to get a discount. They plan to propose an annual salary of €5m.
Brozović continues to reiterate, to those who take care of his interests, how he loves his life, both on and off the pitch, in Milan. He ‘strongly wants to pursue his career’ in Italy.
However, there is a ‘first request for information’ from Thomas Tuchel’s side and PSG. It’s said these two sides have made a ‘serious approach’, to understand if there is a possibility to sign Brozović on a free transfer after this season.
FcInterNews say Brozović’s ‘situation will be clearer from next week’, when his camp are scheduled to meet the Inter leaders.