Liverpool are closely watching Marcelo Brozović’s situation at Inter Milan.
The midfielder has been a vital figure for the Serie A winners over the years and has less than a year left on his contract.
Therefore, Inter CEO Giuseppe Marotta and the club’s other technical leaders want to tie down the 28-year-old to a new contract.
The Nerazzurri have an intention to secure the player’s long-term future, but Inter Live warns ‘something could change drastically’.
Simone Inzaghi’s side will ‘try to please’ the Croatia international and it’s said the two parties could come to an agreement over a new deal worth around €5m net per season with bonuses, once the transfer window closes on Tuesday.
Despite Inter’s desire, the website explains ‘something could go wrong’ due to ‘foreign temptations’, and ‘in particular’, from the Merseyside club.
That’s because Liverpool look to ‘try to sign’ the Inter star on a free transfer in 2022. Jürgen Klopp’s side ‘would be ready to get serious’ by offering Brozović an annual salary of €7m net, if he decides not to renew his contract at the San Siro.