Inter CEO Beppe Marotta has spoken about the possibility of Marcelo Brozovic signing a new deal at the club.
Brozovic’s current deal runs out in the summer of 2022 and there seems to have been no extension yet, with reports suggesting that a meeting could take place next week. But PSG, Tottenham and Man Utd have been linked with the midfielder.
Ahead of the Milan derby, Marotta told DAZN about the situation: “We satisfied Barella and Lautaro, who had to be integrated in an economic sense. I would say that the parenthesis of the renewals must absolutely not affect us by remaining focused on the championship and the Champions League. We are dealing with professionals who want to stay at the club.”
Brozovic has been a regular for Inter this season and was key to helping them win the Scudetto last season under Antonio Conte.