Paris Saint Germain are ready to offer Inter’s Milan Skriniar a contract that runs for five years but Beppe Marotta wants an €80 million fee, according to a report in the Italian media today.

As has been reported by La Gazzetta dello Sport today, the five-year contract that the Ligue 1 champions will offer the Slovakian defender will see him earn €7.7 million per season, more than double what he is currently being paid by Inter.

There was an agreement in place for Milan Skriniar to renew his deal with Inter but that cannot be revised in the midst of PSG’s interest.

PSG have already made an offer of €50 million and some bonuses but Inter rejected that. Beppe Marotta wants to receive €80 million as that would really help the club’s summer business.

PSG have not yet come in with a new bid but it is assumed they will do soon as he is their top target.