Dinamo Zagreb manager Zlatko Kranjcar admits the club are struggling to keep hold of Liverpool and Inter Milan target Marko Pjaca.
The winger shone for Croatia at Euro 2016 and now clubs from across Europe are chasing his signature.
Liverpool and Inter Milan are leading the race, but Dinamo had hoped to keep hold of the 21-year-old until after their Champions League qualifiers in August.
However, such is the interest in Pjaca, that Kranjcar admits the Croatian club maybe forced to sell soon rather than later.
“When I arrived, we had decided that Marko Pjaca would remain here with us until the end of the Champions League qualifiers,” Kranjcar told FCInterNews.it.
“But now, after the European Championship, everything has changed.”