Al-Nassr is making progress in their pursuit of Inter and Croatian midfielder, Marcelo Brozovic. Reports suggest they have offered the midfielder a net salary of €20 million per season, including add-ons on a three-year contract.
This would represent a significant increase compared to what Brozovic would earn in the remaining three years of his contract at the Milan club.
Al-Nassr appears to be leading the race ahead of Barcelona in the signing of the Croatian midfielder, with the Saudi club reported to have submitted an initial €15 million, with the offer now raised to €20 million, inching closer to Inter’s asking price of €25 million.
Brozovic is reportedly ready to accept Al-Nassr’s lucrative offer, thereby rejecting interest from Barcelona due to the substantial difference in personal financial terms and deals.
According to sources, the player’s situation at Inter has changed due to injuries and the emergence of Hakan Calhanoglu as a viable option in his position, hence, the Nerazurri is now open to selling the 30-year-old midfielder, pending the outcome of Al-Nassr’s bid.