Dinamo Zagreb’s sporting director Marko Vukelic believes that Marko Pjaca could be set for a Premier League move, despite interest from Inter Milan.
Pjaca, who was called up for Croatia’s Euro 2016 squad, is rumoured to be a target for Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool and Vukelic thinks the winger will head to England, despite Italian giants Inter Milan, AC Milan and Fiorentina all showing interest in the player.
Talking to FCInterNews, as quoted by the Sunday Express, Vukelic said: “The boy [Pjaca] has been very clear through his Facebook profile that there has been no agreement with Inter and he is still a player for Dynamo Zagreb.
“He’s now on vacation then he will be at our disposal but there are a few possibilities with other clubs including Inter.”
Vukelic, however, refused to reveal whether Inter had made an offer or not.
“I don’t want to respond to this question directly [Inter making an offer] but what I will say is that his future looks to be in the Premier League and clubs over there are in pole-position to sign him.”
Liverpool have already made three additions to their squad as Klopp looks to get the club competing at the right end of the Premier League table this upcoming season.
The Reds recently confirmed the signing of Sadio Mane from Southampton for £34m.
Loris Karius also signed for the Merseyside club from Mainz in a £4.7m deal, while Joel Matip officially joined on Friday when the transfer window opened after he agreed to sign for Klopp from Schalke back in January.