Andrej Kramaric’s agent admits ‘it would be good to go to Italy’ but “things could change” at Leicester City.
The 24-year-old striker was wanted by a host of clubs last January, and it was something of a surprise when the Croatian opted to join the Foxes.
However, Kramaric has played just 12 minutes of Premier League football this season, and has been linked with a move to Italy.
“It would be good to go to an Italian club,” Vincenzo Cavaliere admitted, speaking to Tuttomercatoweb.
“There’s been no contact with Inter though. If [Stevan] Jovetic doesn’t play there are four strikers…
“If he has to make a change, rather than stay at Leicester it’s obvious he’d choose an ambitious club, but one where he’ll play on a regular basis.
“I don’t think Juventus would be of interest, [Simone] Zaza doesn’t play. At Milan they have Luiz Adriano and [Carlos] Bacca.
“There are a lot of clubs who are struggling to score goals though, like Valencia.
“Things can change too, [Jamie] Vardy is having the season of his life, but has many admirers. English teams have five games over Christmas.