PSG have got an agreement in place for personal terms with Inter defender Milan Skriniar and now it is down to the clubs to agree on a fee, according to a report in the Italian media today.

As has been reported by Tuttomercatoweb, the negotiations between PSG and Inter for Milan Skriniar are moving at a strong pace and the French champions view the Slovakian as their primary defensive target this summer.

They have raised their offer to €50 million which is still not enough given Inter have been remaining firm on their €70 million valuation. They have slightly lowered that to €60-65 million which means a deal could be very close.

Skriniar is not going to force the move but if Inter decide to accept a bid for him, he would say yes to their agreement of €7 million net per season for four or five years. It is all in the hands of the two clubs now.