Inter would consider selling Slovak defender Milan Skriniar should they receive an offer of at least €60 million for the player, but the 26-year-old has no intention of leaving.
This according to Italian news outlet FCInterNews, who report that Skriniar is considered to be an essential member of the squad, but that the Nerazzurri would be willing to listen to exceptional offers for him.
Skriniar has impressed since joining Inter from Sampdoria in 2017, and his performances have attracted interest from top European clubs.
It is thought that Tottenham and PSG are among the clubs to have seriously pursued him last year, thought neither club submitted an offer which was close to the Nerazzurri’s €50 million valuation.
The club are thought to have the same stance on the player, who was vital to the Scudetto win last season, and will not consider going down on their valuation, though if an interested team should meet it then it might be a different story.
On the player’s end, he has no intention of leaving Inter, with the 26-year-old happy at the club and settled with his family in the city.