Paris Saint-Germain would be interested in both midfielder Nicolo Barella and defender Milan Skriniar, but neither are interested in leaving Inter this summer.
This according to Italian news outlet FCInterNews, who report that the Nerazzurri have rejected proposals for the two players from the French champions, and that the two players are not interested in leaving.
Recently-appointed PSG Sporting Director Luis Campos met with the Nerazzurri today, with the main objective of the meeting being for Campos to see whether a move would be possible for either of Barella and Skriniar.
For the time being, Inter gave Campos a clear indication that neither of the pair would be for sale, and that the Parisians would have to look elsewhere.
However, particularly given Inter’s need to bring in a significant net profit during the transfer window, their stance could change, although the players have each reiterated that they prefer to stay this summer rather than move to any other club.