Manchester united manager, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is looking desperate to make some impressive signings this summer transfer, as he’s aiming to challenge for the premier league in few seasons to come, oyogist.com reports.
The 47-years-old Norwegian manager has proven to be a coach that will definitely lift the premier league tittle with his former club, due to his impressive performance and quality signings sine he took over the Red Devils job.
Meanwhile, the Red Devils manager who has been a big fan of Inter Milan defender Milan Skriniar, has reportedly submit bid for the center-back defender as he is willing to sign the star this summer.
The 25-years-old Slovenia international who joined the Inter Milan side back in July 7, 2017 from Sampdoria, play mainly as a center-back but he can also be use as a right-back or a defensive-midfielder midfielder in some occasions.
Latest report emerging has stated that Manchester united have made a €65m (£58m) bid for the Inter Milan centre-back Milan Skriniar, with a high hopes of signing the defender this summer.
Having Alexis Sanchez at the Italian side could also make this signing a successful one this summer, as a swap deal could take effect.
However, the 25-years-old Slovenia defender has long been rumoured with a move away from San Siro and it may happen this summer. Meanwhile, Manchester City are believed to be admirers of Inter Milan star who still has three years left before his contract ends with Antonio Conte’s side.
The report adds that the Italian side are currently willing to let the star go for the right price. Inter Milan were reportedly demanding for 80m (£71.6m) last year, however, they are no longer in a position to ask for that amount due to the corona virus impact in the summer transfer window.
Manchester united manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is keen to sign a new center-back back that will serve as a possible partner with Harry Maguire, due to the shaky form of Victor Lindeloft and Aaron Wan-Bissaka inability to play as a good right-back compare to Alexandra Arnold.