Inter defender Milan Škriniar has already agreed and signed a contract with Paris Saint-Germain to join the club this summer, and the Parisian side have reportedly submitted an offer to bring the defender to the club early, according to Fabrizio Romano. The Italian club, however, want €20m if they are to let the Slovakian international leave before the end of this transfer window.
Romano also reports that the Škriniar had a full agreement in place with PSG in July, but his club did not want to sell him to the Ligue 1 side.
It was previously reported that Škriniar was not going to extend his contract with Inter, before L’Équipe reported that he had made an agreement to join PSG in the summer – now work in ongoing to try and bring the defender to the French capital before the conclusion of the January transfer window.
The defender was the Ligue 1 leaders’ leading defensive target this summer, and was the subject of a number of offers – but the Serie A side held out for a fee much higher than what PSG were willing to put on the table, the final offer having been set at €55m.
GFFN | George Boxall