Inter defender Milan Skriniar could be allowed to depart from the Giuseppe Meazza, but only for an offer of at least €50 million.

This according to today’s print edition of Milan-based newspaper Libero, who report that the 26-year-old Slovakian defender is not a player the club would consider selling for less than €50 million.

It is not currently thought that any serious offers for the player have arrived which the Nerazzurri would be willing to accept, and the player is set to remain at the Giuseppe Meazza for next season.

However, should an unexpected offer come in which is valued highly enough, the club would consider parting ways with the 26-year-old, it is reported.

Milan Skriniar joined Inter in the summer of 2017 from Sampdoria in a deal worth reportedly €20 million which included Gianluca Caprari being used as part payment.

Since making the move to the Nerazzurri, Skriniar has featured 167 times across all competitions scoring 7 goals in the process.