As reported by Foot Mercato, PSG’s search for a new centre-back is being met with further roadblocks and frustration which has led the club to seriously consider an approach for Monaco defender Axel Disasi.
The club’s long-running pursuit of Inter Milan man Milan Škriniar has stagnated for some weeks with Inter reportedly pulling the plug on talks after PSG president Nasser Al-Khelaifi’s intervention earlier this week. Inter have reiterated to PSG they won’t accept a €50m plus add-ons deal for Škriniar who is set to be offered a new contract in Italy. Paris also opened talks with Leipzig’s Mohamed Simakan (22) earlier this month but nothing came of the approach.
The outlet report that, with Inter now demanding €90m for Škriniar, the 24-year-old former Reims defender Disasi could become the Paris club’s main target to bolster their defence with Tottenham and Atlético Madrid also monitoring the player despite the Principality side already rejecting two other suitors of Disasi’s.