Sampdoria do not have a clause that would entitle them to a percentage of a transfer fee if Inter sell Milan Skriniar this summer.

This according to Italian news outlet FCInterNews, who report that there is no clause in the terms of the deal that saw Skriniar make the switch to Inter in 2017 which would entitle the Blucerchiati to 15% of any sell-on fee as has been reported.

Paris Saint-Germain have been pushing to sign Skriniar in recent days, and the Nerazzurri will demand a very high fee, which could become even more pertinent if they are not able to receive the entire fee given the need to make a big money sale this summer.

Reports yesterday suggested that Sampdoria would receive 15% of the fee for any prospective transfer of Skriniar based on a clause in the sale of the defender to the Nerazzurri in the summer of 2017, but according to FCInterNews Inter would not in fact have to give the Ligurian any of the fee.