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Tottenham can sign Milan Skriniar whenever they want, as long as they meet Inter’s £ 45m asking price, according to Fabrizio Romano.
Joe Rodon’s arrival from Swansea has filled the gap for now, but the Spurs have been looking for another center-back since Jan Vertonghen’s departure, and are expected to return to the market in January or next summer.
Skriniar, 25, has been one of his main goals in that regard and the club wanted to sign him in September, but Inter president Piero Ausilio closed the door towards the window closure.
“We reiterate that Skriniar is not on the market and no offers have arrived in this regard, instead of reiterating that it will stay here, I don’t know what to say,” he said in October.
However, according to Roman guru transfer, Inter’s position has always been to sell if the ask price is reached. He said in his Here we go podcast that this has not changed and that the Spurs can get their man whenever they want, for £ 45 million.
“Milan Skriniar’s situation has not changed,” Romano said. “Inter Milan need money. If Spurs come tomorrow morning with 45 million pounds, Inter will sell it.”
“The deal for Skiniar now depends on Tottenham.”
90min He understands, meanwhile, that Spurs are also looking for cheaper options, Gian Marco Ferrari (Sassuolo) and Kim Min-jae (Beijing Guoan).
José Mourinho’s team leads the Premier League with ten games and has the best defense in the league.
They have sent in just nine goals, keeping a clean sheet against Chelsea and Manchester City in recent weeks with Eric Dier and Toby Alderweireld forming a formidable partnership for the most part, although the latter is now out with a muscle injury and may miss the match. this weekend. derby with Arsenal.