Boost for Manchester United as Serie A giants open to selling target for €100m

Inter Milan open to selling Manchester United target Milan Skriniar for €100m

Calciomercato reports that Inter Milan are open to selling Milan Skriniar for €100m. The report claims that Inter are open to letting the Slovakian leave as they believe the funds can help build the team.

The report adds that Diego Godin is already joining the club on a free in the summer. The report further claims that Manchester United are interested in the 24-year-old while Manchester City and Barcelona are also keeping an eye on the centre-back.

Milan Skriniar

Skriniar has been excellent at the Serie A giants since moving there a couple of seasons ago. The 24-year-old has played 28 league games this season and even played in the Champions League for the Milan giants.

Inter know about the interest from other clubs and believe this is the best time to sell the Slovakian. The report adds that the defender would be sold even if he signs a new contract, which would increase his value.

Manchester United could do with another quality defender

It has been a mixed season for the United defenders this season. The Red Devils struggled under Jose Mourinho, however, things have looked much better under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.

Milan Skriniar

Milan Skriniar

Victor Lindelof has been great this season but the same cannot be said about the rest of the centre-backs.

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