Miroslav Bicanic refused to name any of the teams interested in his client but has hinted that a January move is not out of the question despite Inter’s reluctance to sell
The agent of Inter midfielder Marcelo Brozovic has travelled to England to discuss interest in his client from Premier League clubs but insists the Italian side have not sanctioned a sale.
Brozovic is technically on loan at Inter from Dinamo Zagreb but the 18-time Serie A champions have an obligation to buy him at the end of that initial two-year period.
The 23-year-old’s representative, Miroslav Bicanic, admitted a January move was not out of the question but refused to name the clubs interested in Brozovic, who has regularly been linked with Arsenal.
“Brozovic belongs to that group of new top players on the market,” Bicanic told Corriere dello Sport.
“Last week I was in England, but I promised I would not reveal the names of the interested clubs. If Inter give their consent for a transfer I will be the first to hear about it.
“His potential is very high and he is improving more and more. We hope to continue like this, and play the biggest games in 2016, as well as scoring lots of goals.
“Could he leave in January? That depends on the transfer market and the various interested clubs. In the end, though, Inter will decide his fate.
“But Marcelo is only focused on Inter’s season and thinking about how to win the matches ahead.”