Inter head coach Luciano Spalletti has issued a warning to any potential suitors of Milan Skriniar, claiming 'nobody can afford' the centre-back.
The Slovakian continues to be linked with a big money move to Man Utd, whilst Bayern Munich and Atletico Madrid have also reportedly shown an interest in the 23-year-old, however, Inter look set to refute any bids they might receive this window.
Spalletti was forced to respond to a report this week that Man Utd were preparing an offer for the Inter star, with the Argentine revealing
As quoted by Goal.com, Spalletti said: "Skriniar is staying here, he is out of everybody's price range. Nobody can afford him."
Speculation regarding the defenders future appears to have irked Skriniar himself after he lashed out at a Slovakian news outlet for creating transfer stories. He posted on his Instagram account:
Spalletti: "No one in the world has money to pay for Skriniar. He stays here. He's priceless." pic.twitter.com/wOM2HoKpn2— FedeNerazzurra (@_FedeNerazzurra) January 13, 2019
Source : 90min