What do Miranda, Kondogbia, Shaqiri, and potentially one of Perisic or Salah all have in common? They all cost money, and quite a bit of it. Yes, those payments will be shifted over the course of several years, a method now being dubbed the "Inter Formula", but with FFP already not the biggest fan of Inter, the books will need to be reasonably balanced upon the team's return to European football. One of the easiest ways to help this process along is to sell some players.
SempreInter and FcInterNews have reported that there is interest both in the Bundesliga and the Premier League for Zdravko Kuzmanovic. Everton, West Ham, and Watford are the English clubs that have a rumored interest in Kuzmanovic, though it seems like West Ham is the club pushing the hardest of those three. The clubs in Germany that might want the midfielder include Borussia Monchengladbach, Schalke 04 and Werder Bremen.
Kuz is familiar with the Bundesliga after playing at Stuttgart from 2009 until January 2013 when he arrived at Inter. It looks like the Serbian international prefers a return to Germany rather than heading to England.
I am 100% okay with him leaving. For quite some time I had been trying to find the perfect way to describe Kuzmanovic's career at Inter and I finally found it. In 2011, German newspaper Stuttgarter Nachrichten, described Kuzmanovic as follows: "€8 million man Zdravko Kuzmanovic is a pantomime footballer. He's always around but never quite there." While Inter was able to purchase the 27 year old for only €1m, the principle applied just as much in Italy as it had in Germany: "always around but never quite there".
Transfermrkt.com has his current value listed at €5m but Inter probably won't get that much for him. Really as long as the club makes a decent enough profit Kuzmanovic will probably be gone. While something like €3m might not seem like much it is certainly a start, and it is better than nothing. Hopefully soon another club's manager will be trying to figure out how to use a player that is "always around but never quite there".