Inter and Paris Saint-Germain are continuing to work on a deal for Milan Skriniar, with the Nerazzurri’s asking price now at 80 million.
PSG’s previous attempt for the Slovakian defender was pegged back by Inter, who wanted a higher fee. Chelsea are also said to be keeping tabs on the ex-Sampdoria man, as they look to shore up their defence.
Gianluca di Marzio has now reported that both Inter and PSG have been locked in talks for the player over the last ten days. PSG’s latest offer stands at €50 million, whereas the Nerazzuri’s demand stands at about €80 million.
There remains a great amount of distance between the two parties right now but talks continuing means that they are willing to somehow thrash out a deal. Inter are not lowering their asking price, as things stand. PSG want Skriniar as a key target, as they look to strengthen their backline.