As we near the end of the transfer window, clubs are increasingly trying to either sell some of their deadwood, or sell to get money for other targets they have identified.
Inter Milan, currently, are trying to do the latter as they look to sign two more players before the end of the transfer window.
Completely disregarding how well Marcelo Brozovic played for them last season, the Serie A side are trying to offload the Croatian midfielder for a nice profit.
Bought for around €8m from Dinamo Zagreb, Inter are trying to sell the 23-year-old for a fee surpassing €20m, aiming for around €30m.
This is what has been reported quite a few times over the past few weeks, with Arsenal and Tottenham being the interested parties, but Gazzetta dello Sport on Monday present us with three new Premier League clubs reportedly queuing up for Brozovic.
According to the Italian newspaper, Chelsea, as well as Leicester and West Ham have all enquired about the Croatia international, who had a fairly productive campaign with his country during this summer’s Euros.
Leicester have been after a new midfielder for some time, with Roma’s Leandro Paredes an alleged target, but with Lucian Spalletti now wanting to keep the Argentinean in Italy, Claudio Ranieri appears to be looking elsewhere.
As for West Ham, a new midfielder hasn’t really been their big priority this summer, but if a player like Brozovic becomes available on the market, why would they not at least consider it?