Shakhtar Donetsk Warn Inter About Trubin Price Tag

Anatolji Trubin has quickly become the top target to defend the Inter stick once André Onana joins Manchester United, but the negotiation with Shakhtar Donetsk might be more challenging than anticipated, even though his contract expires in 2024.

Director Darijo Srna talked to La Gazzetta dello Sport.

“He’s one of the best goalkeepers in Europe. He’s only 21 but has already played 17 Champions League matches. Therefore, he has experience. He’s ready for a big club.”

The former player was quizzed about Inter’s interest in Trubin.

“He could play in Italy, France, or Spain. He’s the shot-stopper of the future and has many offers. We are in talks with several clubs. However, they have to understand that, if he leaves, it’ll be to join a big club for a hefty sum. It happened with Mykhaylo Mudryk and will be the case also for Georgiy Sudakov, Artem Bondarenko, and Mykola Matvienko.”

The exec stated that the market would dictate the price tag.

“We don’t set it. Who wants him decides what to offer, and we reply whether the fee is fair or not. He’s playing in a European league and he’s doing well with Ukraine too. There’s a lot of interest in him. We have time and want to grow. We don’t need to sell. He wants to make the jump but he’s not pressuring us.”

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