Man Utd should increment £53m offer for Inter defender Milan Skriniar
MANCHESTER UNITED have been told they need to dig deeper to land Inter Milan defender Inter Milan safeguard Milan Skriniar, having had a £53million offer rejected.
Red Devils would need to pay a record-breaking fee for the Slovakian who is one of Serie A’s best protector and has been on the radar of Europe’s best clubs.
Jose Mourinho has reportedly been fond of the 23-year-old for a while and the Slovakia international was among centre-backs considered to reinforce United’s inconsistent cautious line over the late spring.
Skriniar massively helped Inter come back to the Champions League this year — playing each moment of the last Serie A season and fixing positions for most belonging won in the Italian class.
While Red Devils’ cautious battles proceed with, Mourinho is considering making a move for the Inter defender once the winter transfer window opens, as indicated by Gazzetta dello Sport.
Inter, however, play hardball and have already rejected United’s £53m offer — – attempting to stretch out Skriniar’s agreement as per his operator Karol Csonto.
Gazzetta dello Sport claims Red Devils, facing competition from the likes of Barcelona or Real Madrid, should altogether build their underlying offer in the event that they need to have a shot at tricking the defender to Old Trafford.
With Skriniar’s impressive performances against the Catalans in the Champions League this season, it may take breaking the £75m world record charge Liverpool paid for Virgil van Dijk in January to sign the Slovakian.