Man Utd target negotiating over €3m-a-year Inter Milan extension
Inter Milan are reportedly trying to tie central defender Milan Skriniar to a new contract.
The Slovakia international was linked with Manchester United, Manchester City, Barcelona and Liverpool over the summer.
Italian newspaper La Gazzetta dello Sport claimed in June that the Red Devils has offered £57m for Skriniar in an attempt to lure Inter into a summer sale, but it was since claimed that Inter wanted £70m.
The 23-year-old, who has always stated his desire to stay with Inter, is under contract until 2022.
Gazzetta dello Sport claim Inter have offered the player and his agent Karol Csonto a 50% increase on his current €1.7million net per season to around €2.5million a season until 2023 – a one-year extension.
Csonto though is believed to be looking for around €3million per season for his client, who signed for Inter from Sampdoria for €30m-plus add-ons in July 2017.
“I am very happy with the way we finished off the season,” he told Slovakian radio station Radio Expres in June.
“I don’t know about any offers, but I want to stay at Inter.”
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