Brozovic is keen on Madrid move as his contract expires

Brozovic is keen on Madrid move as his contract expires

Marcelo Brozovic is keen on Madrid move next year. The Croatian’s contract expires next year and he wants to move to the La Liga giants. Brozovic has been a great servant for the Nerazzurri and has been a regular starter in Inter’s midfield. He was one of the key players in Conte’s team and helped Inter to win the Scudetto after 11 years. The Croatian started most of the matches and played an important role in the midfield. He took care of the defensive duties and allowed Barella and Eriksen to play more freely.

Simone Inzaghi likes Brozovic and sees him as an untouchable player in Inter’s squad. Currently, no one can replace Brozovic perfectly so Inzaghi wants to keep him. Also, it will be difficult to find his replacement as the Croatian is the perfect fit for Inter. He can win the ball back when Inter is out of position and circulates it quickly. He helps the defenders by dropping and releases the pressure with his quick one touch passes. Moreover, he can score some odd goals from outside the box. Inter will soon try to renew his contract but the Croatian is thinking of a move to another club.

Brozovic is keen on Madrid move
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Brozovic is keen on Madrid move next year

Brozovic’s international teammate, Luka Modric’s contract will expire next year too. The Los Blancos have Brozovic on their radar and will like to bring in a quality midfielder like him. Real Madrid bought Camavinga in this summer’s transfer window but with Isco not fitting in Ancelotti’s plans and players like Casemiro and Kroos getting old, they will need another midfielder. And Brozovic would like to join them according to Defensa Central.

Inzaghi wants to keep him at all costs and will communicate with the Nerazzurri board to give him a new contract soon. Inter will hope that the Croatian changes his mind with the offer and stays in Milan.

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