'Ibracadabra' is unlikely to leave the Nerazzurri, according to the transfer specialist...
However, transfer consultant Ernesto Bronzetti does not believe there is any chance of the player leaving the Milanese giants in the current economic climate.
"I am convinced that no European club will be willing to spend €12 million per year [on wages], that is a deal that ensures the Swede will remain at Inter," explained the FIFA agent to Eurosport.
"Not to mention the transfer fee of €100 million. At a time of economic crisis like this, even the wealthiest clubs will avoid spending insane amounts."
The 27-year-old has once again been a key figure in the Nerazzurri's domestic success, as he is joint-leader of the Serie A scoring charts with 20 strikes to his name.
Adam Scime, Goal.com