Inter Milan midfielder Marcelo Brozovic could join Al-Nassr this summer if the Saudi Pro League side offer €25 million.

This according to Italian news outlet FCInter1908, who report that the Nerazzurri have rejected Al-Nassr’s initial bid, but that if an increased offer arrives they would be willing to sell the 30-year-old Croatian international.

Al-Nassr are working to try and sign Brozovic.

The Saudi club have made their first offer of €15 million for the Croat. Inter have rejected this, and would expect a higher fee for a player whose contract runs out at the end of June 2026.

However, FCIN1908 report, Inter do not consider Brozovic unsellable.

Whilst just a few months ago Brozovic being sold would’ve seemed unthinkable, his situation has changed.

The Croat has missed long spells with injuries in the season just gone. Whilst he was out, Hakan Calhanoglu has emerged as a starting-quality option in his position.

Moreover, a rift has reportedly formed between Brozovic and Inter. Management of the midfielder’s injuries are reportedly central to the reason for this.

Inter Milan Would Sell Marcelo Brozovic To Al-Nassr For The Right Offer

According to FCIN1908, the magic number for Inter to accept a bid for Brozovic could be €25 million.

This is €10 million higher than Al-Nassr have bid so far.

A deal of that size could allow Inter to seal a deal for Davide Frattesi with Sassuolo. Moreover, a significant transfer fee for Brozovic would ensure that the Nerazzurri can lock down Nicolo Barella amid Chelsea, Newcastle United, and Liverpool interest.

As such, Inter would consider selling Brozovic for the right fee to be a sacrifice worth making.

As far as the player’s end is concerned, FCIN1908 report that Brozovic wouldn’t necessarily turn down the idea of joining Al-Nassr.

Whilst Brozovic could still have a future in Europe, with Barcelona among the clubs interested in his signature, he could go for the massive payday in the Saudi Pro League.

Brozovic has yet to give any clear indications of his decision. A move to Al-Nassr would hinge on the green light from the Croat.