Paris Saint-Germain set to make €65 million offer for Inter’s Milan Skriniar

Paris Saint-Germain are now set to make a new offer for Inter’s Milan Skriniar but the Serie A side have no intention to sell the defender.

La Gazzetta dello Sport have claimed today that signs of life have arrived from Paris regarding PSG’s interest in Skriniar, claiming that Luis Campos is ready to make an offer of €60 million plus bonuses of €5 million for the ex-Sampdoria man and it is an improvement on the €50 million offer which was made previously.

The new offer will be formulated today but Inter have no intention of accepting an offer of that amount. They had previously demanded €70 million but since the closure of the window is approaching, they now want €90 million to sell Skriniar.

Internal talks between Piero Ausilio and Beppe Marotta have been held regarding the future of Skriniar, who already has an agreement over personal terms with PSG. But he will not ask to leave Inter and would be happy enough to stay. PSG believe that no one would suit their system under Christophe Galtier more than Skriniar.



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