Paris Saint-Germain are getting read to make Inter an offer worth €65-70 million for defender Milan Skriniar as they press to sign him.

This according to today’s print edition of Milan-based newspaper Corriere della Sera, who report that the Parisians will soon return with yet another offer to try and test the Nerazzurri’s resolve, while the Nerazzurri are prepared to sign Torino’s Bremer.

PSG have had their initial advances resisted by Inter who have placed a very high valuation on Skriniar, but the French champions are far from giving up and plan to come back with a higher bid.

The amount for their next offer should be around €65-70 million, and it remains to be seen how the Nerazzurri would respond, but they could decide to agree a deal for the Slovak should the offer keep rising.

Meanwhile, in the event that a deal is agreed with PSG for Skriniar, Inter will immediately move to sign Bremer who is the priority target to strengthen in defense.