Tottenham are keeping tabs on Milan Skriniar’s contract situation at Inter Milan, according to reports in Italy.
Skriniar was a key part of Antonio Conte’s Serie A winning side at Inter, and it seems the two could be reunited at Spurs if the Londoners get their way.
Italian outlet Calcio Mercato claims Inter want to extend Skriniar’s contract – with expires in the summer of 2023 – to fend off interest from Premier League clubs.
But with no indication as to whether the 26-year-old centre-back will agree terms on a new deal, Tottenham are said to be watching from afar, with director of football Fabio Paratici particularly keen to sign Skriniar.
With Conte having already implemented his famous back three, Spurs are very likely to sign new centre-backs in January and next summer.
Cristian Romero has been accompanied by Eric Dier and Ben Davies in the back three in each of Conte’s two games in charge so far, and the new manager will probably want upgrades – Skriniar would be ideal.