Inter have made clear to Paris Saint-Germain that they will not sell defender Milan Skriniar for anything else than an offer of €80 million.

This according to Sport Italia transfer market expert Alfredo Pedulla, who reported in a tweet that the asking price for the 27-year-old would be no less than this amount.

Talks have been heating up between Inter and PSG regarding Skriniar, with the French champions having made the Slovak defender a priority target for this summer and ready to make a big push to sign him.

The Parisians know that the Nerazzurri could have to make a big money sale of a player like Skriniar to meet financial targets for the summer transfer window, but Inter have stood firm in their stance that they will not allow the player to leave for anything less than €80 million.

It now remains to be seen whether PSG will be ready to test Inter’s resolve by meeting this amount or whether they would consider it to be too high.

Pedulla tweeted: “Inter have given their message to PSG. At €80 million they wouldn’t consider selling Skriniar. €70 million plus add-ons at the very least. At €60 million there’s no way they’d sell him.”