Manchester United are set to undergo some major changes this summer. Ed Woodward will be moving aside from the transfers’ side of things, as the club is ready to bring in a director of football.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has put in an impressive display since his arrival, but the Glazers aren’t confident of giving him the permanent job just yet.
The upcoming summer transfer window will see a number of players coming to Old Trafford. The Red Devils will be looking to address their central defensive issue, and have already lined up candidates for the position.
Toby Alderweireld and Kalidou Koulibaly are said to be on top of their summer shortlist, but the club is also looking into some cheaper alternatives, with one such player being Inter’s Milan Skriniar.
The Slovakian defender has become one of the key players for the Nerazzurri since joining them back in 2017 for a reported fee of €20 million.
He has made 61 appearances across all competitions for the Italian outfit, scoring 4 goals in the process. His recent performances have attracted interest from a host of clubs from all around Europe.
Due to increasing speculation surrounding the centre-back’s future, Inter boss Luciano Spalletti was recently forced to address the rumours this week.
Multiple sources have suggested that Manchester United are set to lure him away with a big money offer in the summer, but the Argentine squashed these claims, and revealed that no club can afford to buy him at this moment.
“Skriniar is staying here, he is out of everybody’s price range. Nobody can afford him,” Spalletti confidently declared.