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Perisic agent in Serie A talks

Ivan Perisic could be set for a move to Italy this summer after the Wolfsburg winger’s agent admitted to holding talks with a number of Serie A sides including Napoli, Inter Milan, AC Milan and Roma.

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Ivan Perisic: The winger's agent has held talks with numerous Serie A sides

Ivan Perisic: The winger's agent has held talks with numerous Serie A sides

The 25-year-old, who impressed at the World Cup with Croatia, only joined Wolfsburg from Borussia Dortmund in January last year but has been heavily linked with a departure.

Perisic hit 10 Bundesliga goals in 33 appearances last season as Wolfsburg secured a Europa League spot with a fifth-place finish.

Everton are among the sides that Perisic has previously been linked with, but his agent Tonci Martic revealed that a switch to Italy could be on the agenda after meeting with a host of clubs.

"I can confirm that I have met with (Riccardo) Bigon from Napoli. But to be clear, I have not met with him only," he told ilsussidario.net.

"In these days I have talked with representatives of Inter, Milan, Roma and other clubs. But we didn’t talk only about Perisic, we talked about other players too.

"I manage many good players that could be transferred in the summer."

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