Manchester City have reignited their interest in signing Inter defender Milan Skriniar according to a report in today’s print edition of Corriere dello Sport.
The reigning English champions had shown an interest in signing him last Summer and are believed to have offered €60 million.
Inter were however quick to tell them that Skriniar is not for sale and only an irrefutable offer would cause them to sell him. The reason for this is that they deem Skriniar an important piece for the club’s present but also for the future.
The report goes on to explain that Inter are to keep the same stance this time round as well with the 24-year-old Slovakian international, who is under contract with the club until the end of the 2022/23 season.
Skriniar, who joined the club back in 2017 from Sampdoria, has been ever present this season having played in every minute of Inter’s 24 games across all competitions so far. In this time he has tallied a single assist and helped Inter to achieve seven clean sheets.