Inter and Paris Saint-Germain should not have too much trouble agreeing a deal for defender Milan Skriniar.
This according to today’s print edition of Turin-based newspaper Tuttosport, who report that the relationship between the two clubs is good and that this should facilitate talks on a potential sale for the 27-year-old.
PSG have stepped up their interest in Skriniar in the past few days, with the Slovak identified as one of their priority targets to strenghten the defense next seaosn.
The Parisians’ initial offer was rebuffed as far too low by the Nerazzurri, but they have not been put off and should return fairly quickly with a significantly improved bid.
The talks between the clubs have a positive tone, and the French champions are prepared to do what it takes to get a deal over the line for Skriniar rather than stalling in negotiations and trying to chip away at the asking price.