Last March the Croatian renewed with the Nerazzurri until June 2026. He is the second highest paid player in Inzaghi’s squad
Inzaghi and theInter have lost Brozovic for about a month due to the muscle injury that the Croatian midfielder, a true flagship of the team, remedied with his national team. There is a risk, however, that the ’92 class will be available again at the beginning of next year, when perhaps Inzaghi will no longer be on the Inter bench.
Even with a possible new coach, Brozovic would remain a cornerstone of an Inter that tonight with Barcelona a good chunk of qualification is played for the knockout stages of the Champions League. If here in Italy there are no doubts about his future, still in Nerazzurri colors, abroad instead they are relaunching sensational news that see the former Dinamo Zagreb far from Milan. Spanish rumors even claim that this could be his last season with the shirt of the ‘Beloved’, despite the fact that last March he renewed his contract until 2026 becoming the highest paid player – about 7.5 million with bonuses – of the whole squad. Then the second with the return of Lukakueven if gross, considering that for the Belgian the growth decree is still used, the number 77 is the one that, on the engagement side, costs more to the registered company Suning.
Transfer market, Brozovic ‘Plan B’ of Liverpool: green light for Inter
According to ‘Talksport’, which cites Hispanic sources, next year Brozovic could wear the jersey of the Liverpool. ‘Dissatisfied’ with Arthurdestined to return to the Juventus, Klopp he wants a top midfielder, with the favorite that always remains Bellingham of Borussia Dortmund. But the race for the young English talent is fraught with pitfalls, while the path that leads to the Croatian would be easier to follow, who would be offered a two-year course with an option for another year. Inter would be willing to deprive themselves of it in order to collect an important amount. Liverpool’s opponents, according to the same source, would be Psg And Manchester United.