The Croatian World Cup runner Ivan Perisic handed out a transfer request to Inter Milan, Italian club director Giuseppe Marotta confirmed this Sunday.
"Perisic has asked to leave but there is no offer for him. We will see in the next few days," said Marotta interviewer at Sky Sports Italia.
"Many players ask for a transfer. Perisic has expressed this desire, we have to try to satisfy him, respecting the value of the player that he has for the club."
It was reported that the first team in the Arsenal League had made an offer for the 29-year-old side that was rejected by coach Inter de Milà, Luciano Spalletti.
Perisic, who played in 18 of the 20 games of Serie A of this season, was named on the bench of the Serie A match on Sunday against Torino.
He played a key role in the Croatia World Cup in Russia, marking the final that they lost 4-2 in France.
But he has achieved only three goals in 25 appearances in all Inter competitions this season.
Perisic joined the Wolfsburg Inter in Germany in 2015, previously played in the Bundesliga club Borussia Dortmund and Club Brugge in Belgium.
He has played 125 Italian League matches for Inter scoring 32 goals.