Rumour Has It: Man City eye Skriniar
With Aymeric Laporte on the sidelines, Manchester City are looking for reinforcements.
Laporte's knee injury has left City with John Stones and Nicolas Otamendi as their only recognised centre-backs.
Could a star defender from Serie A be the answer in January?
Pep Guardiola wants defensive reinforcements in January and Manchester City are set to target Inter centre-back Milan Skriniar, according to CalcioMercato.
Aymeric Laporte is set for a spell on the sidelines with a knee injury, depleting City's options as they eye a third consecutive Premier League title.
Manchester City will move to sign Inter star Milan Skriniar in January, reports Calciomercato
Inter star Skriniar has emerged as an option for City, though the Italian side are not keen on losing the 24-year-old – who was linked to Manchester United in the off-season.
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