Ex-Premier League maverick Marko Arnautovic 'agrees sensational transfer return to former club' | The Sun
14th August 2023

MARKO ARNAUTOVIC is set to return to Inter Milan.

The Austrian – who had six years in the Premier League – spent a season on loan with Inter in 2009.

But now he is in line to go back after Bologna agreed an £8.6million transfer with personal terms agreed last week, according to Fabrizio Romano.

Inter have been on the scout for a striker after pulling out of signing Romelu Lukaku, who entered talks with Juventus.

Arnautovic, 34, scored 10 in 21 games last season but suffered a foot injury towards the back end.

The forward made his name in England with Stoke and West Ham, where he infamously forced through a move to the Chinese Super League.

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He was with Shanghai Port for two years before moving back to Italy with Bologna in 2021.

Arnautovic was last summer linked with a move to Manchester United, which infuriated the Old Trafford faithful.

After the move broke down, it was speculated that the United board pulled the plug amid supporter backlash.

But Bologna's director of football, Marco Di Vaio, claimed it was Arnautovic who rejected the move.

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Di Vaio told Corriere dello Sport "No, no.

"Manchester United did not back down because of those fans, but only because Arnautovic has understood that he is at the centre of our project now and in the coming years.

"Marko behaved like a true champion, realising what he represents for Bologna as a team and a city."

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