Inter have set a deadline of ten days for Milan Skriniar and Denzel Dumfries to be sold, and after that point they will stop listening to offers.

This according to today’s print edition of Milan-based newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport, who report that the Nerazzurri do not want the uncertainty to drag on and want to give coach Simone Inzaghi clarity about the players he’ll be working with soon.

Interest in Skriniar has not entirely disappeared even if Paris Saint-Germain’s pursuit of him has cooled off significantly and the Nerazzurri’s stance has shifted towards keeping hold of him after they failed to sign Bremer.

Meanwhile, Dumfries has been linked with top clubs in the Premier League as well as Bayern Munich, and Chelsea look to be keen on getting a deal done for him.

A sale of either of the pair cannot be ruled out, but Inter will not let either go late on during the transfer window, and have made their stance clear that if a sale happens it will have to be within the next ten days.