Paris Saint-Germain’s highest offer for Milan Skriniar has been for €60 million, but Inter have been adamant on holding out for €80 million in order to sell the defender.

This according to today’s print edition of Turin-based newspaper Tuttosport, who report that the Parisians continue to push to sign the Slovak, but that there is still significant distance between their offer and the Nerazzurri’s asking price.

PSG have really stepped up their pursuit of Skriniar across the past week or so, making their interest very clear to the Nerazzurri and making initial offers which have been quite financially substantial.

However, so far the French champions have gone no higher than €60 million with their most recent offer for the 27-year-old, and this is still quite a way from meeting Inter’s valuation of €80 million to make a deal.

It remains to be seen whether the Parisians would be ready to get closer to Inter’s asking price and if so by how much.