Inter teenager Marko Livaja has admitted that he wouldn’t turn down a loan move away from the Italian giants.
The 19-year-old could be released in the New Year if, as expected, the Nerazzurri bring in a new forward player next month.
“I’d like to stay at Inter, but I wouldn’t be against a loan switch,” the Croatian youngster is quoted as saying.
“The most important thing for me is to play and score goals, where I do that is not of any significance.”
Livaja has made just five substitute appearances in Serie A this season for the Beneamata, but he’s made an impact in Europe.
In seven Europa League ties, the former Hajduk Split, Lugano and Cesena centre-forward has scored four goals.
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