Manchester City have been told it would cost them £71.3million if they want to sign Inter defender Milan Skriniar this summer, according to reports.
After two years of dominance, City have seen their Premier League title slip through their fingers this season as Liverpool will almost certainly win the league when football resumes.
A major factor in City's lacklustre defence of their crown has been the struggles they've suffered at the back, with the failure to replace Vincent Kompany being punished further with injuries to Aymeric Laprote, John Stones and Nicolas Otamendi.
As a result it's expected that Pep Guardiola will look to strengthen his defence this summer and the Blues have already been linked with a number of quality centre-backs, including: Leonardo Bonucci, Kalidou Koulibaly and Ruben Dias.
Another name to be touted is Inter colossus Skriniar, who has emerged as one of Europe's most commanding central-defenders with his performances in Serie A this season.
It's no surprise that he is highly sought after and, according to TuttoSport, via SportMole, City have made enquiries about the Slovakian international's availability.
However, the Milan club won't be willing to let him go on the cheap and it's reported that they will only consider a sale if City meet their £71.3million valuation.
Meanwhile, City defender Angelino has reportedly emerged as a shock target for Barcelona as they look at sign a new left-back.
The Spaniard returned to City in the summer but left just a few months later on loan to RB Leipzig, where he has massively impressed.
It's claimed by Mundo Deportivo, via SportWitness, that Barca have been watching Angelino and are considering a move.