Brozovic’s future, Inter changes strategy
Croatian midfielder is no longer untransferable
Marcelo Brozovic’s season was marked by several physical problems that did not allow him to express himself with continuity. However, Inter have been able to change their set-up by suffering less from the Croatian’s absence than in past years. Credit in particular to Hakan Calhanoglu, who has performed well in his new role in the booth, leading the Nerazzurri management to reevaluate the future of Brozovic himself.
As reported by the “Corriere dello Sport,” in fact, the Croatian midfielder is no longer considered incendible and could leave as early as the summer in the face of an offer deemed congruous. The contract expiring in 2026 would also guarantee the Nerazzurri the possibility of earning a large sum of money in the event of a transfer. Finally, in the background, the exchange hypothesis with Barcelona has not gone away, with Kessié who would return to Italy on the other side of the Naviglio after spending five seasons in the Milan jersey.