Inter Milan set a deadline for the sale of Dumfries and Skriniar. Simone Inzaghi needs his players for the upcoming season, so Inter have given a 10-day deadline to the interested clubs. Inter will take Dumfries and Skriniar out of the market and will look to extend the Slovenian defender’s contract. Inzaghi has said that he needs the duo for the upcoming season, but the owners are pushing to make a sale in this transfer window.
Chelsea are keen to sign both of them as they need reinforcements in their backline. But they have not made a bid currently, and Inter will wait for ten more days. Beppe Marotta is looking to make a double deal of €115 million with Chelsea. Skriniar and Dumfries are looking forward to the next season with Inter. But a huge money move can not be ruled out as Inter have to generate profits.
Inter Milan set a deadline for Dumfries and Skriniar for 10 days
The Nerazzurri are searching for the backups to the duo in case Chelsea makes a big move for Dumfries and Skriniar. They already have Milenkovic on the radar as Inzaghi is insisting to sign another defender. Inter are also looking for cheap options on the right flank. They recently signed Bellanova, who can take Dumfries’ role, but he is young. Inzaghi has been using Darmian in the back three as they might need him if they do not sign another center-back.
Paris Saint Germain have not made a move after their last bid, but Chelsea are keen to sign Skriniar. After losing out on Kounde, they are willing to make a move for the Slovenian defender. For Dumfries, Bayern Munich is also in the race along with Chelsea. But Inter have given a deadline now, and they will have to make a move soon.