The agent of Croatian international, Marcelo Brozovic, says the club is forcing the player out.
The player has emerged as one of the Serie A giants key players this season but Roberto Mancini will be forced to let go of a handful of stars to comply with Financial Fair Play regulations at the club.
Inter have been linked with Manchester City’s Yaya Toure this week and Brozovic could be one of the casualties needed to complete a deal for the Ivory Coast star. Yaya had a difficult season at the Premier League before City agreed to let him go. According to reports from Football Italia, the 23-year-old Brozovic is on the radars of Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger and soon-to-be Chelsea manager Antonio Conte as both clubs prepare to mount Premier League title challenges next season.
They will be spurred by Brozovic’s agent’s belief that Inter are gearing up to let his client leave the Stadio Giuseppe Meazza this summer. According to Sky Sport Italia, Miroslav Bicanic said:
“If [Inter director] Piero Ausilio went to England, that means he plans to sell him.
“Marcelo is torn at the moment because he likes Inter and enjoys living in Milan, but he wants to play in the Champions League.
“My personal opinion is that he would stay if Inter offered him a new and improved contract, which is something he deserves, on the same level as the best players in the squad.
“So far the club has not given us the impression they want to do that, so I’m drawing conclusions that they possibly want to sell him.”
Brozovic made 32 Serie A appearances this season, scoring four goals and providing five assists. He has been named in Ante Cacic’s Euro 2016 squad, which will face the Czech Republic, Spain and Turkey in Group D in the tournament starting next month.