Perisic admits he is open to transfer to a ‘top club’

Ivan Perisic has said that he is open to leaving Inter Milan, but only to move to a ‘top club’.

The Inter Milan winger was one of the stars of the summer, with his three goals and one assist helping Croatia to the first World Cup in their history.

Not only have people been waxing lyrical about his performances this summer, but he was also heavily talked about last summer too, with Manchester United heavily linked with having an interest.

Despite the speculation, United were unable to reach an agreement with the Serie A club, before the 29-year-old ultimately penned a new five-year deal.

United are still thought to harbour an interest in the winger, and he has given Jose Mourinho hope of finally landing his signature by saying he is open to moving to a top club:

“Last year I signed new five-year deal with Inter, I enjoy great status at the club,” Perisic told Sportske novosti.

“It is true Inter has not had the results it should have since 2010, there were some problems, bad decisions, but somehow I feel we are on the right way to return to old glory.

“I heard some clubs want me but they have to talk to my club and only after that could I join the negotiations and decide.

“If I was to change club, it could only be to a top league and top club.

“Only God knows what will happen in future, I am happy at Inter but we all know anything is possible in football.”

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