Inter’s potential contract renewal for defender Milan Skriniar is now said to be complicating.
Skriniar was heavily linked with a move to Paris Saint-Germain in the summer, but the French side could never meet the valuation that Inter had set for the defender. As a result, Skriniar stayed at the Nerazzurri.
Sky Italia now claim that Inter are at work for Skriniar’s contract renewal. After returning from the Champions League away match against Barcelona scheduled for Wednesday 12 October, the Nerazzurri bosses will contact the defender’s agent to schedule an appointment in which they will discuss the renewal of the contract expiring on 30 June 2023.
But talks are said to be complicated and negotiations are not expected to be easy. Following offers and keen interest from PSG, finding an agreement will be more complicated for Inter, who still want to find an agreement that can satisfy Skriniar and can remove the possibility of losing him on a free transfer.