The Croatian is currently earning €1.2 million a year with the Serie A side but wants a deal closer to what his midfield team mates are earning.
Both Arsenal and Juventus are believed to be in contact with the 23 year old, who joined Inter from Dinamo Zagreb on a one and half year loan deal back in January 2015 before making the move officially permanent this summer.
Liverpool have also been heavily linked with Brozovic in the Italian press during the past few weeks with La Gazzetta Dello Sport reporting that both the Reds and the Gunners had renewed talks with Brozovic regarding a €30 million move away from the Giuseppe Meazza.
Brozovic agent Miroslav Bicanic has been saying that his client deserves a pay raise, saying back in May:
“Marcelo is torn at the moment because he likes Inter and enjoys living in Milan, but he wants to play in the Champions League.
“My personal opinion is that he would stay if Inter offered him a new and improved contract, which is something he deserves, on the same level as the best players in the squad.
“So far the club has not given us the impression they want to do that, so I’m drawing conclusions that they possibly want to sell him.”
Brozovic netted seven goals in 35 appearances across all competitions for Inter this season, and the young midfielder’s price tag has slowly increased with his performances over the season, with a €20m valuation as recently as January.
If Inter received a €35m offer for Brozovic would you sell him, or would you prefer that Mancini keeps his talented young players?