Brozovic has also been linked with a move to Premier League sides Tottenham Hotspur and Arsenal, and the feeling in Spain is that new Sevilla Coach Vincenzo Montella can get Brozovic back to his best and that he would be flipped to an English side in 12-18 months for a huge profit.
It is clear that Inter are desperate to raise cash and want to leverage out-of-favor midfielders Marcelo Brozovic and Joao Mario to do that.
But the two midfielders have been reluctant to leave, with Jaoe Maro already turning down offers from Watford, Sevilla and West Ham.
Neither of them are playing for Inter and the likelihood of either of them playing much in the second half of the season is extremely low. So it baffles me that they would rather stay at Inter, collect a paycheck and not play, than go elsewhere and play every week.