Liverpool will no more be going after Inter Milan Skriniar after the Italia Club placed a heavy £54 million transfer fee on the defender, MySportDab reports.
The Reds have been hoping to compete a move for the defender after Virgil van Dijk suffered a long term injury which he is yet to recover from.
Liverpool has been dealt a huge blow in their chase for Inter Milan defender Skriniar who they were hoping to sign in the January window.
The player asking price as been reveal by his club and the Red won’t be looking to spend that much amount on a player despite their urgency in signing the player.
Reds won’t move for Inter Milan defender with their asking price of £54 million too much for them to pay for him.
Liverpool are not planning an approach for Inter defender Milan Skriniar after being put off by his asking price, according to reports from Calciomercato.
It is claimed that £54 million ($74m) will be required to prise a centre-half who has been heavily linked with a number of Premier League sides away from San Siro.
The move has now been dealt with a huge blow with a possibility of no deal being reached between the two parties.