Inter Milan defender Milan Skriniar may be delaying contract the negotiations with the Italian association due to concern from Jose Mourinho at Manchester United.
Skriniar has been a long-term target of Mourinho’s, but signed a bargain at the Serie A back last year.
Now, though, the Slovakian is being watched closely by Man United who would be willing to give him a pay has given rise to build the move to England.
Skriniar, 23, joined Internazionale from Sampdoria for virtually EUR3 0 million in 2017.
The club now want to extend his deal having heard his importance to the side, but he is unwilling to sign anything yet, according to Il Corriere dello Sport. La Gazzetta dello Sport, meanwhile, suggest that he is looking for an annual salary of PS2. 7m after levy and its most recent side won’t offer that much.
Unite, though, would be happy to pay that. The Reds have previously made offers to Inter for Skriniar, including the right merit EUR6 5 million.
With Inter having signed Stefan de Vrij on a free delivery in the summer, Skriniar’s importance has diminished moderately. He remains a fantastic central defender, but the Nerazzurri may be willing to cash in on him in January or next summer.
However, de Vrij may have arrived, but Miranda, Inter’s other defender, is ageing. Skriniar is the perfect long-term replacing as Inter look to get back to the top of the Italian league. They would certainly demand serious money from United for him.
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