Milan Skriniar has signed a new contract which is set to keep him at Inter Milan until the summer of 2023, the Serie A club have confirmed.
The defender started his career with MSK Zilina in Slovakia, and also spent some time on loan at Zlate Moravice. He arrived to Italy in the summer of 2016 when he joined Fiorentina on a four-year deal, but he moved to Inter for a reported fee of €20 million plus striker Gianluca Caprari only 12 months later, which made him the most expensive Slovakian player in history. He has so far played 84 games for the Nerazzurri and scored four goals.
His future has been an object of much speculation recently, with a number of top clubs (including Juventus and Manchester United) reportedly interested in his services. However, this new deal will certainly make any move much more difficult, not to mention expensive.
Inter have stressed the 24-year-old’s importance for their back line and the entire team, referring to him as a “magnificent presence” in their defence.
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