Inter defender Milan Skriniar has given the green light on a possible contract extension at Inter, but would not turn down a move to Paris Saint-Germain if the clubs agree a deal.

This according to today’s print edition of Rome-based newspaper Corriere dello Sport, who report that the 27-year-old will accept his situation whatever comes of it, but would prefer to commit his future to the Nerazzurri.

Should the Nerazzurri agree a new deal with Skriniar, whose current contract expires at the end of June 2023, it would be until the end of June 2026 and would see him earn €5 million net per season.

For the moment, the Slovak’s preference is to stay at Inter for next season and beyond, although PSG are pushing to sign him this summer.

Should Inter agree a deal to sell Skriniar to the Parisians, then he would not stand in the way of the deal, and his will is not likely to be decisive one way or the other.