Inter are expecting Paris Saint-Germain to make their improved offer for Milan Skriniar at some point during the coming days.

This according to today’s print edition of Rome-based newspaper Corriere dello Sport, who report that the Nerazzurri are anticipating that the Parisians will raise their offer to around €70 million.

Inter have already rejected the initial offer from PSG for Skriniar, with the Nerazzurri valuing the Slovak defender very highly and wanting to monetize his departure for the highest possible amount if he is to leave.

PSG have yet to formally make their improved offer, but the defender remains a major target for the French champions, who will likely make a bigger financial push to try and test Inter’s resolve.

The Nerazzurri are hoping that the offer arrives quickly, so that they can have clarity on the situation and move forward with the rest of their summer transfer business, hoping that the amount is large enough that another major sale in addition to Skriniar can be avoided.