Inter are weighing up a move for out-of-favour Barcelona midfielder Miralem Pjanic, as they consider the future of Marcelo Brozovic.
As reported in yesterday’s newspaper edition of Spanish news outlet AS, the Bosnia international has struggled to make an impact since joining the Blaugrana from Juventus last year and is amongst a number of players who have been told to find a new club.
With Barcelona needing to drastically reduce their wage bill to meet La Liga regulations, Pjanic has been made available and Inter CEO Beppe Marotta is contemplating a move.
Marotta has previous experience of working with Pjanic after bringing him to former club Juventus from Roma in 2016, whilst the 31-year-old may prove to be an alternative to Brozovic.
Croatia international Brozovic only has a year left on his contract at Inter and is yet to sign a new deal, so should the Nerazzurri cash in on him, they will turn to Pjanic.
Juventus have also been paired with the Barcelona man, but a return is thought to be unlikely due to his €8 million per season salary and an inability to offload Aaron Ramsey.