Marcelo Brozovic has found his playing time limited in Milan, and therefore, the Nerazzurri may look to offload the midfielder. The Croatian playmaker has made just 14 appearances for Inter this season, contributing to three goals and a single assist.
Football Italia have reported that to help with their financial situation, Inter have offered Brozovic to Sevilla, who sit 6th within the Spanish league.
The Nerazzurri have struggled with finances within recent seasons, and to bring in new talent, players must be sold in order to create funds.
The 25-year-old has struggled to secure a first-team spot this season. Despite this, since joining the club in 2015 from Dinamo Zagreb, the Croatian has gone on to make 83 appearances for Inter Milan.
Brozovic may be the creative spark that Sevilla are searching for. Vincenzo Montella's men will look to improve within the second half of the season, as they currently sit two places lower than they finished in the previous campaign.
Despite only featuring in seven Serie A starts, Brozovic has demonstrated his creative ability within his limited time on the pitch. On average, the Croatian produces around 1.9 key passes per fixture and 1.6 shots per game.
Although the negotiations are in the early stages, Brozovic is likely to be on the move in the near future should he want to play football on a more regular basis.