Man United, Real Madrid And PSG In Competition To Sign Milan Skriniar
Manchester United is set to rival Real Madrid and PSG to sign Milan Skriniar in January.
It goes without saying that last season, Manchester United’s defense was nothing but a travesty. Erik ten Hag’s first intention was to fix that by bringing in at least one new center-half.
Skriniar has played in a back three regularly during his time with Inter Milan, meaning a move to Chelsea could suit him. Graham Potter has used a back four for Chelsea in the opening few games, but during his whole Brighton tenure, a back three was his chosen formation, so there’s a good chance he will revert back to that style eventually with Chelsea.
The Slovakia international has been linked with a Red Devils switch in the past, which is fair, given his unbelievable talent.
Paris Saint-Germain is reported to have revived their pursuit of Inter Milan Skriniar in January, according to L’Equipe.
Les Parisiens also made three offers for the Slovakian defender which were rebuffed by the Italian giants, including one worth €50 million.
Skriniar is into the final year of his Inter deal and PSG boss Christophe Galtier had been eager to bring him to the French capital.
The 27-year-old was PSG’s top defensive target last summer but the French champions could not come to an agreement with Inter Milan for his services.