Inter will need to fend off their former boss Jose Mourinho if they wish to keep Milan Skriniar, according to a report in the Italian media today.

Gazzetta dello Sport’s print edition said Roma boss Mourinho could well make another attempt to sign Skriniar, having already tried to sign him for Tottenham Hotspur last summer.

Antonio Conte’s departure as head coach could have repercussions on the futures of Inter’s key players, with the dressing room naturally disappointed about his exit.

Nobody wanted Conte to leave and interrupt the fantastic project they were enjoying together, with everyone convinced there could have been more success to come.

Achraf Hakimi is also involved in transfer speculation today, with this report claiming Paris Saint-Germain were preparing a €50 million bid.

The Ligue 1 runners-up are not put off by Inter’s asking price and could even use Leandro Paredes, a midfielder the Nerazzurri like, to lower their demands.

Bayern Munich are also interested in Hakimi, who scored seven goals and provided nine assists in Serie A this season.