Inter defender Miranda has come under the radar of several European big-name clubs, Gazzetta dello Sport has learned.
Nerrazzuri vice-captain has been in fine form this season in the Italian championship. The Brazilian centre back has so far made 26 Serie A appearances, scoring one goal in the process.
Miranda has impressed with his commanding performances and reliable displays in the heart of Inter’s defence and no wonder that different European powerhouses have already come knocking on Inter’s doors.
The Italian club have signed Miranda on a two-year loan in 2015 with an obligation to sign the Brazilian outright for €11 million and Roberto Mancini has urged the club officials to try and tie the experienced defender and prevent him from leaving the club at the end of the season.
Bayern Munich were first ones to express interest in Inter defender, but Gazzetta dello Sport claims that Barcelona and Manchester United are also monitoring the situation closely eager to step up the chase if an opportunity to bring Miranda presents itself.
Inter awarded Miranda with the captain’s armband in their attempt to encourage him to stay in Milano, but are reportedly ready to consider a sale in the region of €20 million.