Inter midfielder Marcelo Brozovic refused to commit his future to the Nerazzurri amid reports linking him with Barcelona and Manchester United: ‘Let’s see what the club says.’
The Croatian playmaker sees his current deal expire in June 2022.
A meeting between the club and the player’s agent, announced by Beppe Marotta last week, did not take place, sparking further speculations about the midfielder’s future at San Siro.
Last night, Brozovic was asked an update about a possible contract extension with the club, but refused to commit his future to Inter.
“Let’s see, we have to understand what they [Inter] say these days,” Brozovic told SportMediaset as quoted by Tuttomeratoweb.
Brozivic started in Inter’s 3-1 win over Sheriff last night and was subbed off in the 85th minute.
Barcelona and Manchester United have been linked with securing his services.
If the 28-year-old fails to sign a new deal with the Nerazzurri by the end of the year, he could sign a pre-contract agreement with any other club from January, ahead of a free move in the summer.
Brozovic joined Inter in an €8m deal from Dinamo Zagreb in 2015.
He has 25 goals in 253 appearances with the Serie A giants.
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