Inter Ready to Reinvest Every Penny from Marcelo Brozovic Sale

Inter are ready to put the entire transfer fee earned from Marcelo Brozovic’s imminent sale to Al-Nassr back into the market. As per La Repubblica, via FCInterNews, the Italians want to reinvest the money in a deal to bring sought-after Sassuolo midfielder Davide Frattesi to Giuseppe Meazza. 

Recently spotted in Paris, where he met Al-Nassr emissaries to discuss the final details of his move to the Middle East, Brozovic is on the verge of cutting short his eight-year career at Inter. Given his significance to the team, the Nerazzurri cannot afford to let him leave without finding a suitable replacement.

It seems Frattesi is Beppe Marotta’s choice. Milan should pocket around €18 million from the Croat’s departure. And they are willing to pump the entire figure into a deal to sign the highly-rated Sassuolo star. However, they’ll likely have to put more money on top to convince the Neroverdi to sanction a move. 

Sassuolo will probably lose Frattesi this summer. But they’re keen to make sure to maximize their profit in the process. Since numerous clubs in Serie A and abroad are interested in their standout perfomer, it shouldn’t be a problem. In fact, the Mapei chiefs must be rubbing their hands. 

As for Inter, they’ll need to beat Milan and Roma to win the race. 

On a more positive note for Simone Inzaghi’s side, the Rossoneri may pull out of the quest to pursue the likes of Yunus Musah and Tijjani Reijnders. It would leave the Nerazzurri and Jose Mourinho’s team as the two most likely destinations for the Italy international. 

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