Inter defender Milan Skriniar has given the go-ahead to a potential transfer to Paris Saint-Germain this summer, while the Nerazzurri have made their asking price clear to the French club.

This according to French news outlet Footmercato, who report that the 27-year-old would be ready to accept a move to the French capital if the Nerazzurri agree a deal to sell him but that they are asking for a steep €80 million.

PSG have come forward in recent days for Skriniar, who they have identified as their main priority to strengthen in defense going into next season.

Inter are still some way from accepting a proposal from the French champions, but if an offer is to reach as high as €80 million then they would be ready to allow the Slovak defender to leave.

Should this happen, the player will not stand in the way of a deal and would make the move to PSG.