The expected arrival of Roma midfielder Radja Nainggolan next month means that Inter will have to offload some players in order to comply with the Financial Fair Play restrictions the club is under in order to balance the books.
A third name to add to the list is midfielder Marcelo Brozovic. Brozovic is currently at the World Cup with Croatia and Suning have to be hoping that he is one of the shinning stars of the World Cup.
Brozovic’s agent Miroslav Bicanic stated recently that “several big clubs follow Marcelo” but “he considers Inter his home”.
Speaking exclusively to CalcioMercato.com, Bicanic said that his client was
“very close” to moving to Sevilla in January but “there was too little time for Inter to find a substitute.”
With a replacement incoming in the form of Nainggolan, it is not a surprise that the Spanish outlet El Desmarque, that Sevilla are still interested in making a move for Brozovic.
The Spanish club are constantly searching for additions to help them pile pressure on the likes of Atletico, Barca and Madrid in La Liga. Brozovic could be a perfect fit and if Sevilla make an appropriate bid, negotiations could truly get underway.
There have been reports that Brozovic has a €50 million release clause, but Sevilla will pay nowhere near that, with Brozovic’s value being around €28m.