Over the past week, reports in Italy have been talking about a potential January approach from Manchester City for Milan Škriniar, after Inter Milan allegedly turned down the Premier League club’s approach for the defender in the summer.

Calciomercato reported it three days ago and it was also relayed by Tuttosport on September 9th. Neither of these outlets provided any details of the offer made by the Premier League winners.

FcInterNews once again claims the Nerazzurri turned down a Manchester City approach for the Slovakia international and they further go on to detail the bid.

It’s claimed Pep Guardiola’s side tabled a €75m offer to snatch the defender from Inter, but the latter blocked his exit. The Serie A side will need a minimum offer of €100m to listen to proposals for a Škriniar exit.

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Though there are reports suggesting a possible Manchester City approach for the 24-year-old in the next transfer window, FcInterNews adds the player will not leave San Siro in January.

The report insists suitors must wait until next summer and will need at least €100m to take Škriniar’s services.