Croatia international Marcelo Brovozic will make a decision over his future after the summer's European Championships after as many as three clubs wait to learn the 23-year-old's next career move. Brozovic is coming to the end of an 18-month loan spell at Inter Milan from Dynamo Zagreb, but is being pursued by Premier League side Arsenal.
The Express understand that the player has already begun talks with Inter regarding a permanent deal having impressed for the Serie A club since moving to the San Siro in January 2015. Upon the completion of that deal, the Gunners were understood to want to sign the £15m-valued midfielder themselves should the Italian giants wish to cash in on the player.
The complexities of the deal has led to frenzied speculation regarding Brozovic's future, which has not gone unnoticed by the former Locomotiva player. The ex-Croatia youth international says he will delay a decision over his future until the end of Euro 2016, breathing new life into Arsenal's attempts to land the player.
"I have heard about these rumours. For now, I am an Inter player and I will behave as such," he told Jutarnji. "Everything is possible, we'll see. We'll know more after the Euros. There's nothing more to say at this time, it's too soon."
Though Arsenal's hopes of capturing Brozovic, who has regularly been linked with a move to north London, remain alive it unlikely that a signing of his calibre will excite fans at the Emirates Stadium - who are clamouring for another marquee addition.
Arsenal are set to end the season without silverware, after winning the FA Cup in successive terms, and are unlikely to be in the final shake up for the Premier League title with Leicester City and Tottenham Hotspur the runaway leaders at the top. Manager Arsene Wenger is coming under pressure over his position at the club and he will having his moves in the upcoming summer heavily scrutinised as he attempts bolster his squad.