Inter unwilling to lower their demands for PSG target Milan Skriniar

Milan Skriniar could leave Inter, with Paris Saint-Germain determined to land the Slovak international this summer.

According to journalist Gianluca Di Marzio, PSG technical manager Antero Henrique had a meeting with the Inter management in Milan over a potential transfer for Milan Skriniar on Friday. But there was no agreement over a transfer for the defender between the involved parties.

PSG have reportedly been showing interest in the centre-back for a long time. But Inter, who are now ready to sacrifice one of their most valued assets in Skriniar, are unwilling to lower their demands regarding the transfer fee.

As reported previously, Inter are asking for a price of around €80 million for the 27-year-old centre-back. On the contrary, PSG have not shown any hint of meeting that valuation.

Inter see Gleison Bremer as one of the potential replacements for Skriniar. Torino have requested a transfer fee of around €40 million for the Brazilian. But Inter don’t way to pay that price either.

Consequently, Bremer’s agent will meet Torino chief Urbano Cairo to ask him to lower their asking price for the centre-back at the beginning of next week.

GIFN | Jyotirmoy Halder

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