Milan Skriniar is no longer untouchable in the Inter defence, so Manchester United and PSG prepare for a bidding war.
The centre-back has long been a target for other clubs, including Manchester City, Real Madrid and Bayern Munich, but had until now been off the market.
His struggles to fit into Antonio Conte’s three-man system have become evident and he could be sold to bring in players more suited to these tactics.
Diego Godin is also on the way out, having fallen behind Alessandro Bastoni and Danilo D’Ambrosio in the pecking order.
According to the Mirror newspaper, Manchester United have prepared an offer worth €65m for Skriniar and that could well be acceptable.
Meanwhile, le10sport in France suggest Paris Saint-Germain see Skriniar as a suitable heir to Thiago Silva.
The 25-year-old Slovakia international was purchased from Sampdoria for €34m in the summer of 2017.
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