There is a very real chance that Milan Skriniar will be sold this summer, with Inter expecting Paris Saint-Germain to return with an improved offer soon.

This according to today’s print edition of Milan-based newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport, who report that the Nerazzurri believe that the Parisians will continue to push hard for the 27-year-old who could be on his way before too long.

PSG are still some way from making an offer that Inter will accept for Skriniar, but the French champions are very serious in their interst and the Nerazzurri feel that they may well do what it takes to get a deal done.

President Steven Zhang and the club directors are prepared to lose the Slovak defender if an offer of a large enough size is to come in for him, given the financial objectives for the summer transfer window.

The ball is in PSG’s court now and Inter will not let Skriniar go for anything less than a huge offer, but the feeling within the Nerazzurri is that such an offer may well arrive in the coming days.