Inter left furious as Marcelo Brozović’s Al-Nassr move falls through

Inter are now said to be furious at the fact that Marcelo Brozović’s move to Al-Nassr has fallen through, as the buying club offered a lesser sum than what was initially offered.

La Gazzetta dello Sport state that once Al-Nassr reached an agreement for a three-year contract with the midfielder, they lowered their offer for Steven Zhang’s club this morning, while the player asked Inter for a severance pay.

In the morning today there was a meeting which, in addition to the CEO of Al-Nassr, was attended by the Inter CEO Beppe Marotta, the club’s lawyer and a representative of the Saudi Pro League. But there’s more to the story as the player also asked for a financial settlement from Inter, perhaps because not all of his requests had been fulfilled by the Middle East side.

Inter stopped everything and did not grant the Croatian the authorisation to carry out today’s medical tests. The negotiation, therefore, is on standby.

Inter are furious at the lack of agreement and they want the previous agreement to be respected. The parties could meet again but Inter want to do the deal at the previously agreed price.



Kaustubh Pandey | GIFN


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