Paris Saint-Germain have increased their offer for Inter defender Milan Skriniar to €65 million to bring themselves closer to a deal for the 27-year-old, but Inter are still holding out for €80 million.

This according to Italian broadcaster Sky Sport Italia, who report that the French champions have improved their offer and are inching towards a deal for the defender but have yet to convince the Nerazzurri.

Inter rejected PSG’s first offer for Skriniar, making their valuation of €80 million, but the Parisians have now returned with another offer for the Slovakian.

€65 million takes PSG much closer to being able to signing Skriniar, but it is not yet enough and has once again been rejected by the Nerazzurri.

However, the Parisians are beginning to approach an offer that would be enough for Inter, and should they continue to get closer then they could be able to convince the Nerazzurri who may be ready to part ways with a defender rather than Lautaro Martinez or Nicolo Barella.