Saturday, June 24, 2017

Inter forward pondering his future

Inter striker Marko Livaja has admitted he is thinking about leaving the club in the January transfer window.

Livaja, 19, has been given a chance to impress during club’s Europa League campaign and has shown a lot of potential in the process.

Meanwhile, several Serie A sides have expressed their interest in signing the player on a six-month loan in January, and the young Croat reveals he could accept one of those offers.

“For now I think about Inter, but I will talk about my future with club chiefs in due course,” Livaja said at a press conference ahead of the Europa League clash with Neftchi.

Livaja joined Inter from Hajduk Split in 2010 and was handed a first team debut in the Europa League clash against his former club in August 2012.

The youngster made a total of 6 Europa League appearances this season, and scored 2 goals in the process.

Livaja has so far made four substitute appearances for the Neroazzurri in Serie A.

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