Liverpool willing to offer three-year deal to sign £106,000 a week star.
Marcelo Brozovic, a standout for Inter Milan and a Croatian international, has been linked to Liverpool for a while, and the most recent claims are intriguing.
The Nerazzurri midfielder’s services could be acquired by the Reds this summer, according to a report published last week by the Italian news outlet CMW.
News: West Ham makes a £30 million offer, but the player wishes to move to Liverpool.
The Serie A heavyweights have not yet received an official proposal, as Corriere dello Sport reported three days ago while discussing the Merseysiders’ interest.
Spanish news outlet Fichajes reported today that Liverpool has been monitoring the issue closely for some time and is prepared to make a transfer-window approach to sign the former Dinamo Zagreb player.
According to reports, the Reds have made some progress and will soon be able to sign Brozovic to a three-year contract. The contract would initially be for two seasons with the possibility of an additional year’s extension.
He may decide to leave Inter despite having signed a four-year contract (Calcio e Finanza) earlier this year with a net 6.5 million euros each season (£106,000 per week). The Croatian has also drawn interest from teams like Manchester United and PSG.
The 2018 World Cup finalist has won every significant domestic award in Italy, and he excelled last year against Liverpool at Anfield in the Champions League Round of 16.
Although Naby Keita’s return from injury has been confirmed by Klopp, the injury-prone Guinean has failed to live up to his high asking price and has continued to be inconsistent.
Despite being injured against Roma in 2018, Oxlade-Chamberlain has never been the same player for the Reds and is currently sidelined with an injury. The English midfielder was impressive in his first season under Jurgen.
The last but certainly not least player with ongoing fitness difficulties is Thiago Alcantara. He joined us in 2020 and hasn’t been able to finish a single campaign without spending a lot of time on the operating table.
The Spaniard suffered a hamstring injury against Fulham in the league opener this season and is not anticipated to make a quick recovery.
It is obvious that Liverpool needs to bolster its midfield before the summer transfer market closes. Should they entice Marcelo Brozovic with a contract?