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Tottenham join Man Utd and Newcastle in Marcelo Brozovic free transfer race as Conte plots raid on old club Inter Milan

ANTONIO CONTE is ready to raid old club Inter Milan to bring Marcelo Brozovic to Tottenham, according to reports. The midfielder is yet to sign a new contract in Milan and will be available on a free transfer in the summer. Manchester United and Newcastle have both been linked with a move. Tuttomercatoweb now claim […] ...

ANTONIO CONTE is ready to raid old club Inter Milan to bring Marcelo Brozovic to Tottenham, according to reports.

The midfielder is yet to sign a new contract in Milan and will be available on a free transfer in the summer.

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Inter Milan star Marcelo Brozovic is available on a free transfer in the summer[/caption]

Manchester United and Newcastle have both been linked with a move.

Tuttomercatoweb now claim Spurs and Paris Saint-Germain are weighing up an offer.

Inter are unable to pay Brozovic, 28, the £125,000-a-week wages he is claimed to be demanding.

Conte is reportedly keeping an eye on the situation and could make a swoop for his former player.

The pair won Serie A together last season after the Italian transformed Brozovic into a playmaker just in front of the back four.

Moneybags PSG could be another option and would have no problem stumping up his wage demands.

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United are keen to bolster their midfield ranks and have identified Brozovic as a target.

And Newcastle’s new Saudi owners are hoping to make the Croatia star one of their first statement signings.

Atletico Madrid are also thought to be preparing an offer for the highly-rated Inter ace.

Conte will be given £150million to spend on shaping his own Spurs side.

He has already started chasing down his transfer targets and is thought to be close to landing AC Milan midfielder Franck Kessie.

Although Spurs chief Fabio Paratici has hinted there will be no transfers in January.

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