With the winter transfer quickly coming underway, Inter director Beppe Marotta provided his insight on Milan Skriniar’s future with the Nerazzurri.
As it stands, the Slovakian international’s contract is set to expire at the end of the season. Therefore, clubs can potentially sign the central defender on a free transfer ahead of next year’s campaign, resulting in an end of an era after arriving five years ago to the San Siro from Sampdoria.
With PSG keeping their tabs open after having failed to acquire the 27 year-old over the summer, as well as other European giants such as Real Madrid and Manchester City eager to join the race, it is uncertain whether Skriniar is committed to remain at the Milanese club.
In an interview with Italian news outlet Sky Sport Italia, Marotta gave his point of view regarding the current situation with Milan Skriniar’s potential departure from La Benemata:
“We are confident, even if we know that a great deal here depends on what he intends to do.We will soon discuss the situation with him, as far as we are concerned, we want to reach an agreement. We are dealing with a serious professional who loves Inter.”