Liverpool look set to enter the race for Inter Milan defender Milan Skriniar in the January window.
Interestingly, the club decided against signing a replacement for Dejan Lovren who left the club in the summer. However, the season-ending injury to Virgil van Dijk has forced the club to reconsider their stance.
The 25-year old Slovakian defender had attracted serious interest from Spurs over the summer. However, the two clubs were unable to reach an agreement over the value of the defender. So could Spurs’ loss be Liverpool’s gain?
If there is one thing Jurgen Klopp’s side needs right now it is stability in his side, he can not afford to keep rotating his centre backs all season. Impressively, that is one thing that Skriniar will offer to Liverpool should a move materialize.
Since his move to Inter Milan in 2017, Milan Skriniar has not missed one game through injury. He has although missed five game this season in all competitions due to testing positive for COVID-19.
With Joel Matip finding it hard to stay fit for a prolonged period and Fabinho naturally being a midfielder, how long can Klopp rely on Williams and Philips?
At just 25-years old and highly regarded as one of the best centre-backs in Serie A, could Milan Skriniar be a Liverpool player come January?