Marcelo Brozovic is ready to put pen to paper on a new contract at Inter Milan amid interest from other clubs, according to reports.
In 2017/18, Brozovic scored four goals and provided nine assists for his team-mates in just 21 Serie A starts for Inter Milan.
The Croatian has been mentioned as a target for Chelsea, Manchester United, Arsenal and Everton in the past with his buy-out clause reportedly set at €50million.
However, despite interest from other clubs, Calciomercato claims that Brozovic will sign a new deal at Nerazzurri that will see his contract go beyond the current expiry date of the summer of 2021.
He currently earns €2.5 million, which is expected to be increased, while his buy-out clause will reportedly double to €100million.
The report in Calciomercato continues by saying that Inter are ‘calm’ that he will sign his new deal soon.
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