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Chelsea Transfer: Chelsea Join Battle to Sign €50 Inter Milan Centre-Back

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Chelsea and Premier League rival Manchester United are reportedly exploring the chance of securing Inter Milan Centre-back Milan Skriniar signature in the summer.

Tottenham was the first English team to bid for the player last year but unfortunately the Nerazzurri couldn’t allow Milan leave despite the Premier league side sending officials to italy in other to strike the deal.

Tottenham were unable to meet the Italians’ valuation for the defender before the transfer market closed last summer.

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Skriniar move to England has been rivive with two England club emergin to have a strong interest in signing the player when transfer windown open this summer.

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According to the Italian website FclnterNews.it, reports that Chelsea and Manchester United are interestef in bringing the centre-back to England this summer.

Manchester United looks to add another top-class denfender to partner with Harry Maguire as Ole Gunnar Solskjeer looks to resharpen his defence.

 

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Chelsea coash Thomas Tuchel on the other hand is currently looking for a competent and experienced Central-back to partner with the 36-years-old Brazilian Captain Thiago Silva as Antonio Rudigar may depart the club this summer if the clun noards fail to drag him into Contract talks.

Milan Skriniar will cost €50 or more and Antonio Conte’s side may consider selling out the star man in summer to balance the books.

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However, David Alaba signature remain a very big priority for Thomas Tuchel side.

Although, SportBid (Via Sport withness), reported that the west London side might go back on the Bayer Munich Star as they are yet to unsure about the financial status of the deal.

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