Zlatan Ibrahimovic looks set to leave Internazionale after Inter president Massimo Moratti admitted that the club would sell the Swede if the price was right.
“As a fan I’d want them to stay, but as a president with a balance sheet to keep an eye on, I say that if they want to go, they can go,” Moratti told Il Giornale.
“It would be counterproductive to keep them,” Moratti said, in reference to Ibrahimovic and his Brazilian team-mate Maicon.
“I’d give them both a 50 percent chance of staying at Inter.”
Ibrahimovic, last season’s Serie A player of the year, has been linked with Barcelona and Chelsea and has dropped heavy hints that he would like a new challenge in either Spain or England.