The transfer window is quickly drawing to a close and now that Inter have flashed the cash and brought in the likes of Lukas Podolski and Xherdan Shaqiri, it is time for the Italian club to sell. According to several reports, Zdravko Kuzmanovic will likely be the first player to officially leave Inter in January.
German side Hamburger SV are reportedly quite interested in the Serbian international's services, as Die Rothosen are in the market for a DM of Kuzmanovic's ilk and price.
According to TMW (via Football Italia), the reported proposal on the table is a 6-month loan with an option to buy set at €4.5 million. This is probably well within Hamburg's price range, and it's not at all strange to think that the German side would shell this amount out for a player like Kuz.
On the flip side, Inter are ready to let Kuzmanovic go, but the Nerazzurri will want to get as much as they possibly can for him before officially accepting an offer. In this case, Inter would want Hamburg to throw in a cash sum for the initial loan in order to sweeten the deal enough to close.
Kuzmanovic came to the San Siro during the transfer window of 2013 and has made 38 appearances in all competitions for Inter since then.