PSG hoping to complete €60m Milan Škriniar move before Japan tour

As reported by Le Parisien, PSG are hoping to complete the signing of Inter Milan defender Milan Škriniar by the end of this week.

PSG director Antero Henrique, who’s taking the lead on negotiations with the player and the Italian side, flew to Milan late last week to expedite the deal with Paris looking to add Škriniar to a three-man defence (alongside Marquinhos and either Presnel Kimpembe or Sergio Ramos) being planned by new coach Christophe Galtier. However, it was reported last week that an agreement, at that stage, had yet to be found between the clubs for the defender.

The 27-year-old centre-back, however, as reported by sources contacted by Get French Football News, agreed on personal terms with PSG late last month.

With PSG’s pre-season tour of Japan set to start later this week, the club are hoping to sign the player before flying out to Osaka, alongside a deal with Sassuolo for their striker Gianluca Scamacca. For the Slovakian defender, meanwhile, a fee of €60m is likely report the paper.


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