Inter have reportedly turned down €60m bids from Manchester City and Manchester United for Milan Skriniar.
The Slovakian centre-back had a fine debut campaign after joining from Sampdoria last summer, and has been linked with some of Europe’s biggest clubs.
The player himself insisted last week that he’d be staying with the Nerazzurri, and now Corriere della Sport is reporting both Manchester clubs have seen offers rejected.
According to the newspaper both City and United offered around €60m for Skriniar, hoping to take advantage of the Beneamata’s Financial Fair Play situation.
The club needs to raise around €40m before June 30 to avoid being in breach of their agreement with UEFA.
However, both offers were swiftly rejected by Inter who consider Skriniar unsellable.