Transfer news: Dinamo Zagreb yet to receive any bids for Marcelo Brozovic
By Jure Bohoric
Last Updated: 23/06/14 2:34pm
Dinamo Zagreb have insisted there have been no offers for Marcelo Brozovic, following reports that Sevilla, Schalke, Inter Milan and Roma are all interested in the player.
Brozovic is currently with the Croatia squad at the World Cup and Dinamo insist they have not received any official bids for him.
The 21-year-old has now made 50 appearances, scoring eight goals, since his arrival at the Stadion Maksimir from Lokomotiva in 2012.
Brozovic, a graduate of the Zagreb-based Hrvatski Dragovoljac youth system, enjoyed a breakthrough season in 2013/14 as he helped Dinamo to a record 16th league title.
Following a successful season on the home front, Brozovic was called into the World Cup squad and made his international debut in a pre-tournament friendly against Australia.
“I don't know what is going on,” Dinamo director of sport Zoran Mamic told Sportske Novosti. “But I know one thing: so far our club didn't get any official offers for him.”
Meanwhile Miroslav Bicanic, Brozovic’s agent, claims to have spoken to Inter Milan about the player’s future.
"Two weeks ago I talked with Piero Ausilio from Inter about Brozovic,” he told FcInterNews. "But that was two weeks ago and there have been no further contact. I know rumours but at the moment there are no official contracts.”