Inter Milan manager Luciano Spalletti has refused to rule out the sale of Ivan Perisic.
Perisic, 29, has been attracting a lot of attention of late, with Arsenal joining Manchester United in monitoring his progress.
He’s playing in his fourth season for Inter Milan, while he also shone in Croatia’s World Cup 2018 campaign.
While Inter’s boss Spalletti didn’t state he wanted to sell the winger, he did reveal if the price is right then the club would listen.
‘It’s pretty normal for people to talk about a player with the quality of Perisic,’ Spalletti said. ‘He is complete in all areas, physically strong, has quality, stamina, pace, can provide assists…
‘He can do more in terms of goals and assists, so there are some qualities he hasn’t developed enough, but he has improved in other areas.
‘It’s natural Perisic is talked about, because everyone values him the same way we do. If someone is interested, the conditions have to be right to pay his value, because he is such a strong player.’
Manchester United and Arsenal have until the transfer window shuts on January 31 if they are to sign him before the season ends.