Spanish side Sevilla look to Champions League contenders Inter for midfield help in the form of Croatian international Marcelo Brozovic.
Inter remain determined to find a solution that will bring Paris Saint-Germain playmaker Javier Pastore to the club, but while working towards that, could look to free up some space in the squad as Vincenzo Montella’s Sevilla have approached the Italian giants for Marcelo Brozovic.
The latest from Gianluca Di Marzio reveals the Croatian and his agent have met to evaluate the Seville outfit’s proposal of a €1 million loan with an option to buy set at €28 million.
The 25-year old Zagreb native arrived in Lombardy back in 2015 on loan before eventually sealing a permanent move to the Nerazzurri in the summer of 2016. This season under manager Luciano Spalletti, Brozovic has appeared in 18 matches for the club, scoring three times while adding two assists.
Brozovic has attracted interest from all over Europe, with the likes of Arsenal and Everton both linked to his signature.
As Inter sporting director Piero Ausilio and Inter supporters still hope a deal for Pastore can be reached this month, it remains unclear whether Spalletti would sign of on Brozovic leaving without the guarantee of the Argentine coming in to bring support to the final third where it is desperately needed.