Inter Milan continue their chase for Sergio Aguero with new audacious consideration.

Inter Milan are heavily focused on finding the best alternative for the reportedly departing Lautaro Martinez, with Manchester City star leading the race.

Sergio Aguero has been named the dream signing for the Nerazzurri but the Premier League side will not be convinced very easily. To help sweeten the negotiations, the Seria A side are considering including their star center-back, Milan Skriniar, in the deal.

Once considered as untouchable under the current boss, Antonio Conte, Skriniar’s latest red card against Sassuolo led to a three-match ban because of his expression of anger towards the referee. The Slovakian international was irritated by the Ref’s decision of sending him off which triggered his anger which further damaged his suspension.

The Seria A disciplinary commission decided to not only ban the former Sampdoria player for the standard one match due to his red card, but also add an additional two-match ban making him miss the clashes against Parma, Brescia, and Bologna.

This behavior had triggered a fine that the club issued to the 25-year-old while also raising the question of making the in-demand defender available this summer. The Italian side are now actively listening to interested parties as Real Madrid have already inquired about the possibility of including him in the Achraf Hakimi deal.

Both Barcelona and Manchester City have also been interested in acquiring the services of the talented defender. Meanwhile, Calcio Mercato reports that Inter are interested in using Skriniar to give themselves a boost to secure Sergio Aguero.

It remains to be seen whether Skriniar fits Manchester City’s plans in the long run as the Premier League side have a massive task of preparing for the future with players and manager, Pep Guardiola, open to the idea of leaving due to the looming Champions League ban.

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