Paris Saint-Germain are determined to sign Inter defender Milan Skriniar this summer, and they are far from done in trying to make a deal happen for the Slovakian.

This according to today’s print edition of Milan-based newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport, who report that the French champions have made Skriniar’s signing a priority and will continue to push for a deal.

The Nerazzurri have rejected the initial advances from PSG for Skriniar as the French champions have not gone anywhere near high enough in their offer to convince them on a sale of a player who they value very highly and would expect to cash in on if he leaves.

However, the Parisians have not been deterred and will return with a bigger offer in the hope that they can land the Slovak defender, who they feel they can make a significant enough offer to convince the Nerazzurri to allow to leave.