Spurs eye Milan Skriniar, as Inter want £50 million

Spurs eye Milan Skriniar. Inter Milan rejected a £30 million bid for Milan Skriniar from Tottenham Hotspur in the summer. Now, the club value the Slovakian centre-back at more than £50 million. As reported by Calcio Mercato. Spurs were keen to bid in January as well, but could not shell the required amount for him. Skriniar is now completely reborn. The defender has recovered Inter after the first year of management with Antonio Conte in which he faced difficulties in adapting to the three-man defence. But today it is another story, he is dominant and leading as in the past.

Liverpool were also linked with moving for Skriniar at the time. But the report explains that there was never an official offer from the reigning Premier League champions.

Spurs eye Milan Skriniar, while Inter value him at £ 50 million

Skriniar joined the Nerazzurri in the summer of 2017 and has a contract with the club until the end of the 2022-23 season. He has made 25 appearances across all competitions to date and has managed to score two goals. The Slovakian has been terrific for Inter this season. He has started for most of the games and is a valiant figure at the back. The fact that he can play as a right-back has helped him to guard the right centre-back as Hakimi pushes up the pitch. Also, he is calm on the ball and can make passes to find Brozovic or Barella and sometimes ping a long ball to meet the run of Lautaro. He is quick on his feet and strong enough to take the ball away from any forward.

Conte and the club’s management will both be relieved they did not sacrifice the 26-year-old in the transfer market six months ago. Skriniar will be keen to put in a great performance against their city rivals this weekend.

Mangalam Pugalia: Mangalam is a football nerd who contributes as a match analyst at THE INTER WAY. He admires Antonio Conte’s system and can predict what the Nerazzurri manager will do next.
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