Inter Milan and Al-Nassr remain in constant contact as they seek a solution that would see Marcelo Brozovic complete a transfer to the Middle East.

This transfer saga has escalated into a grand debacle in recent hours. When the player finally decided to accept the proposal, the Saudi club lowered its offer for the Nerazzurri.

The two clubs had an agreement in principle over a transfer fee worth 23 million euros. However, the Saudi Pro League decreased it to 13 million plus two million as bonuses. Naturally, the Nerazzurri soundly rejected the proposal.

According to Sportitalia journalist Gianluigi Longari, the reason behind the decreased offer is a veto from the Saudi Pro League. This prompted Al-Nassr to offer lower fees that would get accepted in the KSA.

But despite being livid with the whole situation, Inter Milan have no choice but to resume their talks with Al-Nassr who remain the lone candidate in the race for Brozovic.

Inter Milan and Al-Nassr Are Still In Constant Talks As They Try To Come Up With A Solution For The Transfer Of Marcelo Brozovic

The Croatian was hoping to secure a transfer to Barcelona. However, the lack of transfer funds forced the Catalans to drop out of the race, leaving the Saudi club as the ultimate frontrunner.

Therefore, the Nerazzurri remain in constant talks with their Middle Eastern counterparts. The two clubs will attempt to find a solution that ends this unpleasant situation.

The Italian giants are hoping to sell the 30-year-old as soon as possible to receive fresh funds. This would unblock their entire transfer campaign.