This week Milan Skriniar took to social media to slam claims from his native Slovakia that he’s closing in on a move away from Inter Milan.
The 23 year old has repeatedly made efforts to explain he’s happy at Inter Milan and stress that pushing for a transfer certainly isn’t in his thinking. Whilst this can often seem a public relation effort from players, for this central defender it’s felt more genuine.
Despite that, if Inter get an offer they feel is enough then it’s likely he’ll be told he’s had his time in Milan and will be required to move on.
Manchester United have been repeatedly linked with the player, and the Italian media have been pricing up a potential transfer. Earlier this month, Tuttosport said he could be available for €80m, and that figure has been repeated widely.
Tuttomercatoweb claim the Premier League club ‘have already offered €60m’, although they don’t make it clear when that offer was made.
In the same article, it’s also claimed Inter have a ‘moral obligation’ to break the transfer record for a defender, so want ‘no less than €90m’.
The range is being made, and whilst Manchester United may be being used as a tool in the process, €80-90m is where it currently stands.