Milan Škriniar is not going to move to United

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The Slovak defender wants to stay at Inter.

Inter’s defender Milan Škriniar is not interested in moving to Manchester United, and intends to extend his agreement with Inter, Calciomercato said.

As previously reported, the Red Devils made the Slovak defender one of the main transfer goals for the summer transfer window.

However, according to the source, the footballer’s representatives told Manchester United that the player was inclined to stay in Italy.

Skriniar has played 29 matches for Inter in the current season and showed himself very well, hence provoked Europe’s leading clubs interest in him.

So, Manchester United and Chelsea are called among the main contenders.

(Reporting by Dan McGlush, editing by Valerie Cooper)

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