Liverpool’s hopes of signing Dynamo Zagreb’s Marko Pjaca have been revitalised after talk of a move to Inter Milan was played down.
The 21-year-old, who has recently returned from an impressive showing at Euro 2016 with Croatia, has been linked with a whole host of clubs, including the Reds, AC Milan and Fiorentina.
However, it was claimed last week that Inter had won the race for his signature, only for Dynamo Zagreb’s sporting director Marko Vukelic to pour cold water on talk a deal with the Italian outfit having been agreed.
Vukelic says Pjaca still has a couple of options open to him, one of which is believed to be a move to Anfield as boss Jurgen Klopp looks to land the promising winger.
A deal with Inter still appears the most likely option and Vukelic has said he expects Pjaca to leave this summer, although he has predicted he could end up in the Premier League.
“The boy 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,” Vukelic told FCInterNews.
“He’s now on vacation then he will be at our disposal but there are a few possibilities with other clubs including Inter.”