Inter have pegged back an approach from Paris Saint-Germain for defender Milan Skriniar.
La Gazzetta dello Sport have reported about PSG’s interest in Skriniar, claiming that the defender has some decisions to make about his future right now. Inter have received an approach from PSG, who have put forward an offer of €50 million for the defender.
Inter’s response to the approach has been rather firm, as they have made it clear that they value the ex-Sampdoria man at €70 million. While PSG’s offer is not good enough, the situation is only building and we are only at the very beginning of the dialogue right now.
Skriniar is said to have a verbal agreement with Inter that if an offer meeting his valuation is not met, he will sign a new deal with the club. PSG would be willing to increase his salary and even Chelsea have been following him for some time now, but the PSG interest seems to be rather tempting for Skriniar.