Inter will sell Ivan Perisic for €30-35 million this summer after telling the forward’s agent last week he is no longer considered untouchable at the club, according to FcInterNews.it.
Perisic was reported to be moving closer to staying at Inter last week after Antonio Conte decided he would try the Croatian at left wing-back in his 3-5-2 system.
However, it appears the 29-year-old will fall foul of the club’s new zero tolerance approach to ill discipline and follow join Mauro Icardi and Radja Nainggolan on the market.
Inter met with Perisic’s new agent Nelio Lucas on Wednesday and informed him they no longer consider him to be untouchable.
Lucas will now spend the coming days scouring the market for potential buyers, with a particular focus on the Premier League where Perisic has been heavily courted in the past.
Arsenal and Tottenham expressed interest earlier in the year and could be tempted to revive their pursuits if Inter discard him completely.
Inter would use the money from Perisic’s sale to seek players who are more functional to Conte’s plans for the team.