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Man City 'fighting Chelsea and Tottenham to sign Inter star Milan Skriniar'
Manchester City are set to join Chelsea and Tottenham in the race to sign Inter Milan star Milan Skriniar with the defender's contract set to expire at the end of the season.The 27-year-old has been attracting interest from all over Europe and was the subject of a lengthy, but ultimately unsuccessful, approach from PSG over the summer.City signed Manuel Akanji on transfer deadline day, though are expected to go back in for another centre back next summer with manager Pep Guardiola keen for a bit of a defensive reshuffle.READ MORE: Man City stalling Kyle Walker contract talks despite still being first choice right-backNathan Ake came close to leaving the club last month while Aymeric Laporte is yet to feature this season due to injury and a move for the highly-rated Skriniar makes sense, especially if he's available on a free.Chelsea have been tracking Skriniar for a few years and are still in the market for a centre back despite splashing £69.5m on Wesley Fofana, especially if their late approach for RB Leipzig's Josko Gvardiol is anything to go by.Tottenham have also been showing an interest in the Slovakian, who worked well under Antonio Conte during the Italian's two-year spell at the San Siro.Who will Skriniar be playing for next season? Let us know what you think in the comments section below.Skriniar joined Inter in 2017 from Serie A rivals Sampdoria for around £15m, having moved to Italy from hometown side MSK Zilina a year earlier.He's barely missed a match in the past five season, racking up over 200 appearances for the Milan club, and Inter are keen to tie him down to a new deal, despite his, and the club's, shaky start to the new campaign.The Nerazzurri are currently seventh in the table after losing three of
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Eight Man Utd youngsters who were destined for the top - but soon disappeared
Manchester United's academy is renowned as one of the most prestigious in world football with the youth sides at Carrington responsible for the likes of David Beckham, Ryan Giggs and Marcus Rashford.Personified by the class of '92, the Red Devils, though, have been culprits for announcing the next best thing to come out of Old Trafford, only for the youngster to wilt under the intense pressure associated with being a future saviour of United.Following the departures of Amad Diallo (loaned to Sunderland) and Tahith Chong (sold to Birmingham City) on Transfer Deadline Day, Daily Star Sport delves into the archives to examine what happened to those previous youngsters who were once destined for greatness but soon disappeared...READ MORE: Man City new boy Manuel Akanji professed love for Man Utd and Cristiano RonaldoStarting out at Fletcher Moss Rangers, the same youth side as Wes Brown, Jesse Lingard, Danny Welbeck and Marcus Rashford, Tyler Blackett signed for United at the age of eight and penned his first professional deal in 2012.Following loan stints at Blackpool and Birmingham, Blackett was drafted into the United first-team squad prior to the start of the 2014/15 season after impressive new boss Louis van Gaal in pre-season.