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.