Paris Saint-Germain will return with their improved offer to sign Milan Skriniar soon after Inter rebuffed their first attempt.

This according to today’s print edition of Milan-based newspaper Corriere della Sera, who report that the French champions have hardly slowed down in their interest in the Slovak and are planning to relaunch with the Nerazzurri.

PSG made their initial offer to Inter in a meeting held during the week, putting forward a bid of €50 million which was decisively rejected by the Nerazzurri.

However, now that the Parisians have a sense of what the Nerazzurri are expecting in order to make a deal happen, they will soon return with an improved offer.

PSG will significantly increase the amount that they are ready to pay to bring Skriniar to the French capital, and they will do so very soon as they want to move quickly rather than waiting around to try and get a deal done.