Marcelo Brozovic

Arsenal and Man Utd Target Moving to England? Talented Midfielder’s Agent Speaks on Transfer

Arsenal and Manchester United hopes securing services of on-loan Inter Milan midfielder Marcelo Brozovic have plummeted after the player’s agent said his client is happy with is career at Inter Milan and will only leave if the club “give the green light.”

The midfielder is currently on loan from Dinamo Zagrab. His loan deal at Inter Milan includes a mandatory option to buy, and given Brozovic’s stunning form, there are higher chances that Inter will be willing to trigger a permanent move for him stay at the club.

After a slow start to his career in Italy, Brozovic has made a huge leap his season, showing a knack of scoring spectacular goals and holding his own in the passage game.

At present a full Croatia international, Brozovic appears to be on the verge of becoming a star, hence Arsenal and Manchester United are reportedly keen on signing the playmaker. Speaking about the Brozovic’s future and the attention he has been getting from other clubs, his agent Miroslav Bicanic said his client is happy at Inter and will not be leaving San Siro anytime soon.

“Other clubs will see that too, Spanish and English. Premier League clubs know him very well, they believe he can improve a lot in the next few years. Marcelo is happy at Inter, he’s playing well, the fans love him and everyone at the club believes in him. Milan is fantastic,” he explained.
“So we’ll only think of a transfer if Inter give the green light. Until then, he’s focused on Inter matches, and how to get the best possible results this season.

“Brozovic is integrating really well. I think if he were to continue like this he would become one of the best ever. We don’t want to sell him, even in the face of a great offer. He must work, but he has incredible quality. No one has asked to be sold. For the moment, everything remains as it is,” he added.

Meanwhile, Arsenal are reported to have prepared a bid of £12 million to bring the midfielder at the Emirates, as United are reportedly working hard to sign him to address their midfield injury crisis.

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