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.
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.