and Liverpool target Milan Skriniar has extended his contract at Inter until June 2023.
The central defender had been linked by the Mirror
with host of Premier League
clubs including Chelsea, Manchester City and Tottenham as well as United and Jurgen Klopp
But the Slovakian international, 24, has ended speculation surrounding his future by putting pen to paper to commit his future to the Nerazzurri.
Skriniar was signed by the Milan club from Sampdoria in 2017 for £20million, in a deal which saw striker Gianluca Caprari move in the opposite direction. The club reportedly now value the defender at £80m.
His contract was originally due to expire in 2022, but his agent Mithat Halis helped fuel speculation by claiming earlier in the season by claiming that both Barcelona and Real Madrid wanted to sign the defender - and that City attempted to recruit him in January 2018 with a £47m bid.
Skriniar played every minute of last season for Inter and has made 44 appearances this time around, including in both Champions League group stage matches against Tottenham.
Inter are currently third in Serie A and are locked in a fierce top-four battle, with Atalanta in fourth just a point behind them, while rivals AC Milan are three points adrift in fifth with two matches to play.