Manchester United must reportedly pay a fee within the region of £100m plus to Inter Milan for defender, Milan Skriniar.
That particularly is the case as the Serie A giants allegedly value the central defender at over that very amount.
Inter head coach, Luciano Spalletti has stated in clear terms that the club will not sell Skriniar for anything less.
Skriniar has so far, so good established himself as one of the best defenders in Europe.
And that has been the case ever since he decided to make the move to San Siro in July, 2017.
As at this very point in time, the 23-year-old has already made 52 starts in all competitions for the team.
The Slovakian international has only recently had a whole lot of transfer links with top clubs and most especially United.
In-spite of that, though, Spalletti has made several attempts to rule out in it’s entirety the interest in the centre-back.
Spalletti told reporters: “If it is Barcelona, they will have to pay €100m (£87.06m).
“And if I am them, I would pay a €20m (£17.41m) tip on top.
“If I am Real Madrid, the [€100m] with a €40m (£34.82m) tip and that is how highly I rate Skriniar.”
Skriniar on the other hand actually has an existing deal at Inter which will run until the summer of 2022.
United likely to block Mourinho’s attempts to sign new players in January
Manchester United are reportedly very much likely going to block manager, Jose Mourinho’s attempts to sign new players in January.
And according to a report from the media, that will happen should they disagree with the targets the Portuguese eyes.
Mourinho was desperate to bring in a new central defender at Old Trafford during the most recent summer transfer window.
But the board reportedly refused to sanction a move because of a perceived lack of value in the transfer market.
Earlier this week, there was a claim that the Red Devils’ head coach has around £100m to spend in January.
And that the former Chelsea manager has massive determination to sign both a new centre-back together with a new striker.
However, according to ESPN FC, United executive members will veto Mourinho’s targets for a second transfer window on the bounce.
And that is set to be the case if they believe that the club will suffer on the long run.