Tottenham Hotspur are not ready to meet the €60m (£55m) asking price of Inter Milan defender Milan Skriniar according to Italian media portal Tuttomercatoweb.
Spurs chairman Daniel Levy is ready to meet the centre back demands of manager Jose Mourinho by making a move to sign Slovakian international Milan Skriniar who’s a long-term target for Premier League rivals Manchester United. However, Levy is not prepared to pay his asking price.
Levy and Spurs are keen to take advantage of Inter Milan’s interest in Tanguy Ndombele who does not have a future under Jose Mourinho at Spurs.
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Ndombele was recently subbed off at halftime of the recent 5-2 win at Southampton in the league despite a good first half showing. He had earlier scored in the 2-1 win over Lokomotiv Plovdiv of Bulgaria in the Europa League qualifiers.
For Milan Skriniar, Spurs have offered €50m in a bid to sign him but Inter Milan are adamant that the player won’t leave until the asking price has been met.
Inter Milan and Spurs are €10m apart in their valuation of the player.
Milan Skriniar played 32 times for the Nerazzuri last season under the managerial watch of Antonio Conte.
Manchester United and Manchester City had tried to sign Skriniar in the past transfer windows.