The midfielder has established himself as one of the first-team stars for the Nerazzurri this past season with a series of impressive performances.
He is very much a key player in Roberto Mancini’s side, however they allegedly consider him as dispensable should bids come in.
Inter are keen to build funds so that they can spend in the summer transfer window, and the Croatian is said to be one of those they would be willing to sell.
He has been linked with a move to the Premier League in the past; with Gazzetta dello Sport citing Arsenal and Chelsea among his suitors, and his agent has admitted that the club are looking to sell him to England if they can.
“If [Inter director] Piero Ausilio went to England, that means he plans to sell him,” Bicanic told Sky Sports Italia.
“My personal opinion is that he would stay if Inter offered him a new and improved contract. So far the club has not given us the impression they want to do that, so I’m drawing conclusions that they possibly want to sell him.”
Of those two clubs named, it is arguably Chelsea that would be the more likely destination for Brozovic.
Arsenal have long needed a defensive midfielder, but they seem intent on a move for Granit Xhaka, with the Borussia Monchengladbach star looking likely to join sooner rather than later.
Chelsea though are expected be rebuilding under new manager Antonio Conte this summer and perhaps Brozovic will be one of those they will add.