According to an exclusive report courtesy of fcinternews.it, Inter Milan could put Tottenham target Milan Skriniar up for sale this summer as the club look to balance the books, with Spurs chairman Daniel Levy on the hunt for a centre-back option and potential heir to Jan Vertonghen.
Skriniar, who impressed in flashes for the Nerazzurri last season under manager Antonio Conte, may well depart the San Siro as the Italians search for means of income.
The financial impact of the global pandemic has put many top European sides in the same boat, with revenue down and clubs losing out on money, and Inter are among those potentially plotting a summer overhaul.
Is Skriniar capable of succeeding Vertonghen?
Yes, make the deal happen Levy
Journalist Fabrizio Romano, speaking to the Last Word on Spurs podcast, confirmed that the 18-time Serie A winners are joined by the likes of Real Madrid and Barcelona in looking for ways to save money in this transfer window.
The 6 ft 2 colossus, who averaged an impressive 92% passing accuracy out from the back last season, could very well be Spurs’ answer to finding a centre-back before the start of the 2020/21 Premier League campaign.
Describing Mourinho as ‘one of the best‘, it isn’t inconceivable to think Skriniar would want to play under his tutelage in one of world football’s most prestigious divisions.
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