Inter Milan defender Milan Skriniar is “ready to sign” a new contract with the Serie A club, according to TMW.
Chelsea, Manchester United, Tottenham and Paris Saint-Germain have all been linked with a move for the Slovakian international but it appears that the centre-back is ready to commit his long-term future to the Nerazzurri.
Skriniar’s transfer stance may, though, not be the same as his club’s. Inter are keen on raising funds, and it is believed that at least one high-profile departure is needed to balance the books.
With that in mind, TMW report that the Serie A side would be open to selling Skriniar if a team offers €50m (£43m) for the 27-year-old.
There has been talk that Chelsea could ask for the centre-half in a part-exchange deal for Romelu Lukaku. The Blues’ record signing is said to be interested in returning to the San Siro but, with Inter unable to afford a transfer fee, a swap involving Skriniar or one of his teammates is being considered.