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04/12/2018 - 12:07 GMT

Inter Not Ready To Cut Asking Price For Manchester United Target

 




Inter are in no mood to offer any discounts on their asking price for Manchester United and Barcelona defensive target Milan Skriniar.

The 23-year-old Slovak’s performances in the Champions League this season have further enhanced his growing reputation as one of the best centre-backs in the world.




Manchester United were said to have made a bid for him last summer, but Inter did not want sell and Skriniar would not push for a transfer after just one season at the San Siro.

The Premier League giants have continued to keep tabs on the Inter centre-back and could make a move for him in the future.

 


Inter’s valuation of the defender has only increased this season and, according to Italian outlet FcInterNews.it, the Nerazzurri’s asking price for Skriniar is between €100m to €120m.

And it has been claimed that the Serie A giants will not be taking any steps to lower their financial demands for the defender, who is also being watched by Barcelona.


Inter’s attempts to tie him down to a new contract have not yet born fruit due to the player's wage demands.

But the Nerazzurri will not lower their asking price even if they are seriously considering the possibility of his departure next summer.