Written By Jacobs Dunga
The Milan based club are looking at a couple of options to replace the outgoing Slovakian.
Inter Milan are closely monitoring Manchester United defender Victor Lindelof who could be signed as a replacement for Milan Skriniar should the Inter defender depart for PSG this January.
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Skriniar has decided to leave Inter and has reportedly agreed personal terms with French champions PSG.
The Prisiens however are considering bringing the player in this January with a first bid of €10m rejected by Inter.
The Nerazzurri will accept a bid in the region if €15-20m and should the French club raise their offer, Inter will go for Manchester United’s Victor Lindelof as an immediate replacement reports Fabrizio Romano.
Tiago Djalo of LOSC Lille is another option but the young defender will not be allowed to leave in the January transfer window.
Lindelof has lost his place in the Manchester United team and could well be interested in the move to Inter where game time will be guaranteed.
Inter head coach Simone Inzaghi has boasted that his side have the obligation to play great games.
Speaking after the comeback victory over Cremonese on Saturday evening, the coach congratulated his team on the victory, but refused to comment on the Skriniar situation when asked by journalists if he would have the defender against Atalanta.
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“I congratulated the team who played a great match. There was their ‘eurogoal’ that could have created some problems for us but we stayed on the ball. I’m happy with the character the team showed.
There was a young fan who was there the whole match, cheering us on, so I told Acerbi to give him his shorts at the end of the game. A lot of fans came here to Cremona and they supported us a lot.”
“Will I have Skriniar against Atalanta as well? You have to ask that question to Marotta and Ausilio. I cannot waste time imagining what happens in the future, I concentrate on the pitch.
“We are Inter and we always have an obligation to play great games. We have to go forward match after match. We made thirty shots on goal keeping possession, a great reaction from the team.
Next? First we have the quarter-final against Atalanta so our thoughts are there. Then we have a few days to think about the derby against Milan. Let’s try to play every match at our best anyway, every recovery is important.”
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