Inter try to ‘knock down the wall’ Man Utd, Solskjaer created

Date published: Sunday 12th January 2020 2:40

Ashley Young Manchester United

Inter Milan are still trying to agree a deal for Ashley Young despite Manchester United’s reluctance to do business, according to reports.

The 34-year-old has played over 250 times for the Red Devils after joining in 2011 from Aston Villa for a reported fee of £15million.

Young has six months left on his contract at United and has reportedly been offered a one-year extension on his current deal by the club.

There were reports earlier in the week that Young had already said ‘yes’ to Inter over a possible move with Antonio Conte prepared to offer him an 18-month deal.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer recently hinted there had been no offers for Young and that the club were keen to keep the former Watford man.

And now Calciomercato (via Sport Witness) claims that Inter Milan want to sign him ‘immediately’ that the club ‘insists for Young’.

The Serie A side are so keen on landing Young that their CEO Giuseppe Marotta is prepared to pay ‘compensation’ for the full-back.

With Solskjaer‘s reluctance to sell Young, Inter are ready to ‘knock down the wall’ built around Young by Man Utd.

 

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