Inter Set Huge Asking Price for Slovakian Star After Manchester City Have January Bid Rejected

​Inter will reportedly demand a transfer fee of at least €80m for their Slovakian centre-back Milan Skriniar. 

The Italian club are intending to keep hold of the defender this summer, but if a club were to buy him it would take an extraordinary offer to prise him away from the club.

As reported by ​Football Italia, Inter rejected a bid of 65m from Manchester City in January for Skriniar and it would now take a massive bid for them to part ways with the centre-back.


 City are not the only club interested in the Slovakian, with a whole host of other ​top European clubs reportedly interested in securing his signature. 

Their could be a real scramble for the defender in the summer and the fee Inter are demanding may see him become the world’s most expensive defender. 

The 23-year-old has made 26 appearances for the club this season, scoring four goals in the process and impressing throughout. He ​moved to Inter from Sampdoria in the summer of 2017 for a fee of around 18m and if Inter are to sell for the fee demanded they will make a remarkable profit in just one year. 

Inter currently sit fourth in Serie A – just one point behind third place Lazio and will be preparing for a huge game next week where they face AC Milan in the Milan derby. 

This game needs no introducing and will no doubt be a fiery clash. AC will want to continue their current good run of form, whereas Inter will want to extend the seven point gap between the two teams.

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