Inter Milan defender Milan Skriniar will no longer wear the captain’s armband, manager Simone Inzaghi said yesterday.
He is set to run down his contract and leave the Serie A club for free at the end of the season.
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Skriniar, who has made nearly 250 appearances for Inter since joining the club in 2017, was linked with a January move to Paris St Germain but the two clubs did not work out a deal before the transfer window closed on Tuesday.
Inter had reportedly rejected bids of more than 50 million euros ($53.97 million) last year but will now lose the 27-year-old for free in the close season.