Inter are waiting for Paris Saint-Germain to make their improved offer for Milan Skriniar before they move forward with the rest of their transfer strategy for the summer window.

This according to today’s print edition of Milan-based newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport, who report that the Nerazzurri are waiting for clarity regarding Skriniar’s situation before they move forward with the rest of their plans.

Should Skriniar leave in a massive money deal, Inter have a clear idea of how they want to reinforce the defense in his absence, namely by signing Nikola Milenkovic from Fiorentina and Bremer from Torino.

Milenkovic should cost around €15 million, whilst the Nerazzurri are putting forward €28-30 million for Bremer whilst Torino are still holding out for around €40 million.

If Skriniar is on his way out or very close to a sale then Inter will know what they have to do and will move quickly, but as long as they are not sure of how much PSG will push to sign him, they are waiting to see what happens rather than rushing into their plans.