Seemingly, Manchester United’s top transfer priority is to bring in a new centre-back to help shore up the defence.
Over the summer, Edward Woodward let Jose Mourinho down in that regard, but that hasn’t stopped the club being linked to almost a new name weekly.
Today, reports in Italy from Tuttomercatoweb are claiming that the Red Devils have turned their attention to Inter Milan centre-back, Milan Skriniar, with United making a £54million bid for the 23-year-old.
The Slovakian has emerged as a huge talent over the last few months, proving that age is just a number as the maturity with which he plays far outweighs his years.
In the modern-day game, £54million isn’t a huge transfer fee for a man who could potentially become one of the best centre-halves in the world, but as is always the case, there is a risk involved when you’re buying from another league.
You never really know how the player is going to adapt, and although in
With that said, I think it’s a risk worth taking as he’d complement Victor Lindelof wonderfully.