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Inter brace for interest in Milan Skriniar in January

Inter brace for interest in Milan Skriniar in January

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Inter remain determined to convince Milan Skriniar to sign a new contract, understands 90min but are prepared to receive offers for his services in the January transfer window.

The centre-back is in the last six months of his contract and can now talk about a free end-of-season transfer. 90min has previously reported that almost every European giant is interested in its services.

Chelsea, Manchester City, Manchester United and Newcastle United are expected to offer Skriniar deals but the biggest complication for Inter could be offers to sign the Slovakia international right away in January.

Indeed, longtime Paris Saint-Germain admirers, who tried and failed to sign Skriniar last summer, remain interested in the 27-year-old and see him as an ideal replacement for Sergio Ramos, who is being targeted by Al Nassr ambitious connection with former teammate Cristiano Ronaldo.

Should Ramos be lured away, PSG would be open to a move to sign Skriniar in January but they may have to fend off rival interest from Liverpool, who are exploring their options following news that Virgil van Dijk’s thigh injury is worse than first feared.

Agents have reached out to Inter to discuss the possibility of a January transfer to Anfield and while Inter would like to keep Skriniar, they would consider parting ways with the defender this month if he refuses to extend and one at the end of the year free transfer striving season.

Selling Skriniar would allow Inter to retain right-back Denzel Dumfries, who is also a target for Chelsea and Tottenham.

However, January’s bids could spark a bidding war between sides looking to sign Skriniar on a free transfer and the centre-back could opt for a lucrative move in the summer rather than an immediate move.

Despite the outside interest, convincing Skriniar to re-sign is Inter’s first priority, but CEO Beppe Marotta recently admitted the Serie A side face a real battle to secure a deal.

“We are negotiating with his representatives because we believe Milan deserve to be part of our squad now and in the future. We made him an offer and we hope to come to a conclusion soon,” he told DAZN.

“I’m always optimistic in life, but in this case I’m also realistic. We know we can do a lot, but we cannot achieve the impossible.”

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