Manchester United and Manchester City wary after Antonio Conte DROPS defending star Milan Skriniar with Inter Milan ‘ready to sell’
- Inter Milan could be prepared to let Milan Skriniar, the center back, leave the club
- The defender has become a transfer target for both Manchester United and City
- Interbaas Antonio Conte dropped Skriniar on Monday because of a clash against Torino
Inter Milan could be willing to allow Manchester United and Manchester City as target Milan Skriniar to leave the club, according to reports.
Both Premier League giants have been linked with a move for the 25-year-old central defender as they seek to bolster their defenses this summer.
Inter boss Antonio Conte dropped Skriniar for the Monday night clash against Torino – which they won 3-1 – and the Serie A outfit is poised to move him forward, keeping United and City alert, according to Football Italia.
Inter Milan could be willing to let Man United and Man City target Milan Skriniar leave
The Italian defender could be sold to either club in Manchester for a fee in the region of over £ 54 million Corriere dello Sport.
Both City and United are looking for reinforcements ahead of next season as they seek to close the gap with champion Liverpool.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s defensive problems were visible in their 2-2 draw with Southampton on Monday-evening when they faced an injury time equalizer at Old Trafford.
Interbaas Antonio Conte dropped Skriniar on Monday to face Torino
While City did not replace mid-team Vincent Kompany when he left the club last summer, Fernandinho had to fill in for spells this season.
Skriniar, who played a cameo role off the bench against Torino for 14 minutes, made the switch from Sampdoria to the San Siro in July 2017 for £ 30 million.
While Inter manager Conte has revealed that he will retire if the heads of the club are not satisfied with him after seeing his team return to second place in Serie A.
United’s defensive problems were visible in their 2-2 draw with Southampton at Old Trafford