Marcelo Brozovic’s agent says that “several big clubs” want his client but “he considers Inter his home”.
The Croatian midfielder has been touted as one of those who could be sold to meet Financial Fair Play obligations, but it appears he won’t be the one to push for a move.
Speaking exclusively to CalcioMercato.com, Miroslav Bicanic, Brozovic’s agent, revealed that Brozovic was
“very close” to moving to Sevilla in January but “there was too little time for Inter to find a substitute.”
When asked about interested from Paris Saint-Germain and Manchester City, Bicanic confirmed that ”
several big clubs follow Marcelo” but stressed that “[he] cannot name them.”
Finally, when asked if Brozovic wanted to remain at Inter Milan, his agent said that Brozovic
“likes Milan and is preparing to play in the Champions League” but also noted that “whether or not he will remain is dependent on Inter and the market.”
Brozovic scored four and assisted nine from a number of midfield positions in the 17/18 season. He is under contract until 2021, so Inter have no need to give him a contract extension.