Stevan Jovetic will be allowed to Leave Inter earlier than planned, reports La Repubblica.
Montenegro forward was loaned from Manchester City in the summer of 2015, but has failed to convince Roberto Mancini of his abilities during last six months.
Inter boss is looking to build his team around a 4-3-3 formation, but Roberto Mancini is convinced that Stevan Jovetic does not fit into his plans which is why the 26-year-old Montenegro international will be allowed to leave in the winter transfer window, according to La Repubblica.
“After a series of technical, tactical and behavioural evaluations, Roberto Mancini has been convinced that Stevan Jovetic can be sacrificed without the club’s project being affected”, writes the Italian outlet.
It is being understood that Stevan Jovetic fell out of grace with his current manager after an argument with Roberto Mancini, which occurred at the end of last year when Montenegrin voiced out his disappointment with manager’s selection choices in the locker room after the defeat at the hands of Lazio.
Roberto Mancini is reportedly keen on replacing the former Manchester City player with Eder. The 29-year-old Brazilian-born Italian forward has been in superb form this season playing for Sampdoria.
With 11 goals to his name, Eder is topping the scoring charts, sitting second to Napoli’s striker Gonzalo Higuain, who has netted 16 so far this term.
Stevan Jovetic is likely to find himself transfer-listed together with three other players.
La Repubblica also suggests that Ranocchia, Guarin and Felipe Melo will also be given the nod to leave Inter during January transfer window as Roberto Mancini looks to further revamp his squad in order to boost his chances of winning the Serie A title.