Jovetic has disclosed his approval towards a move to Sevilla, but big offers from China are on the table.
Inter’s January market will be determined, amongst other things, by Jovetic’s departure. If the nerazzurri manage to make a profit by selling the Montenegrine national, they’ll receive further resources to continue their transfer market, especially given the big expense made for Gagliardini.
Yesterday evening, in Marbella, Jovetic confirmed to his agent that Sevilla would be an appreciated destination – this according to this morning’s La Gazzetta dello Sport. However, the Andalusian offer for Jo-Jo is a loan with option to buy – a profit-less situation, at least for the time being, for the nerazzurri, who aren’t too convinced.
Inter is more prone to listening to Chinese offers, which would obviously signify a potentially big, excessive even, profit. Taking their time with Sevilla, Inter owners Suning are attempting to convince Jovetic to move to China. Suning have given the 27 year-old 48 hours of time to change his mind, after which his passage to Sevilla will be allowed.