Although lately the Croatian midfielder Marcelo Brozović plays pretty well and he managed to score a few Golazos, Brozović in January will most likely leave the Italian side, Inter. Coach Roberto Mancini is happy to keep him, but the command of the sale is coming from the top.
Italian media report that Inter will sell Brozović, because the president Erick Thohir ordered players sales to get eight million euros which the club if lacking, as the income of the club is less than expenditures. Industry is willing to let Croatian midfielder for 12 million euros.
TuttoMercato exclusively brings the information that Arsenal, which is associated with Brozović for months, started negotiations about his transfer.
“The deal is not even close, but Arsenal made the first concrete step,” write the Italians.
In addition to Brozović, a leading team of Serie A in January could leave Nemanja Vidic and Andrea Ranocchi.