Inter are in talks to extend Marcelo Brozovic’s contract and the Croatia international has confirmed he wants to stay at San Siro.
The 29-year-old sees his contract expire at the end of the season and the Nerazzurri have begun negotiations over a new deal for their midfield star.
Brozovic replied to a message from Italian journalist Fabrizio Biasin on Instagram, confirming that he wants to stay at San Siro.
‘Yes, I do,’ he replied when asked if he desires to remain at Inter.
— Fabrizio Biasin (@FBiasin) November 18, 2021
They have already signed new agreements with Alessandro Bastoni, Lautaro Martinez and Nicolò Barella and they want Brozovic to be the next one to extend his stay at the club.
Inter director Beppe Marotta is confident that the Croat will eventually put pen to paper on a new agreement.
The first meeting between the player’s agent and the representatives of the Serie A giants took place earlier this week.
Brozovic expects a pay rise and has been linked with Newcastle and Tottenham.
Spurs coach Antonio Conte is an admirer of the 29-year-old and so is Fabio Paratici, who tried to sign him at Juventus in the past.
However, Brozovic seems willing to continue with the Serie A giants.