Inter president to decide on Milan Skriniar’s future amid PSG links

Inter believe that Paris Saint-Germain will make a last-ditch attempt to sign Milan Skriniar from the Italian club before the end of the summer transfer window.

According to La Gazzetta dello Sport, Inter president Steven Zhang will have the last say on Milan Skriniar’s future at Inter. The report claims that PSG are now pateintly waiting to play their next move and will soon submit an offer lower than €70 million for the Slovak defender.

Should an offer arrive late, Inter might feel a bit hesitant, and then Zhang will have to hold the baton for the club. However, there is currently no offer for Skriniar on Inter’s table from PSG.

The report suggests that the Ligue 1 champions are willing to pay Skriniar a salary of around €7.7 million per season. The player could push for a transfer to the French capital.

And if he leaves, Inter will have to sign a replacement. The Nerazzurri management has identified Borussia Dortmund’s Manuel Akanji as a potential replacement for the former Sampdoria centre-back. Akanji is reportedly valued at €20 million, with his contract at the German club expiring in June 2023.

GIFN | Jyotirmoy Halder

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