Liverpool and Manchester United target Milan Skriniar ‘could be set for Inter Milan stay after Serie A club agree to double defender’s wages’
- A number of Premier League clubs have been interested in Milan Skriniar
- The defender has been a key figure for Inter Milan since joining the club in 2017
- He has reportedly agreed in principle to sign a new deal worth £60,000 a week
- The contract will see him commit his future to the Nerazzurri until 2024
Liverpool and Manchester United‘s hopes of signing Milan Skriniar have been dealt a blow after Inter Milan have reportedly agreed to double the defender’s wages.
Both Premier League clubs have been considering a move for the Slovakian in the summer as they look to bolster their defensive ranks.
However, he now looks set to stay put with The Mirror revealing he has agreed in principle to sign a new contract worth £60,000 a week with a number of performance-related bonuses included.
Inter Milan have reportedly offered Milan Skriniar a new deal that will see him double wages
The centre back has become a key player for the Serie A outfit since joining the club in 2017
MILAN SKRINIAR STATS FOR SEASON
Skriniar’s current deal expires in 2022 but this new one will see him commit his future to the Nerazzurri until 2024.
The centre back, who joined Inter from Sampdoria in a £20million move in 2017, had been tempted by a move to England but the belief in Italy is he will now put to pen to paper on this new contract.
Skriniar has been a rock at the back for Inter since joining the club two years ago.
His agent Mithat Halis revealed earlier this month that Barcelona and Real Madrid also wanted to sign him while Manchester City attempted to sign him in January last year with a £47million bid.
Skriniar has helped Inter to third place in Serie A with 10 games remaining.
The central defender has been one of Inter Milan’s outstanding players this season