Inter only want cash for defender Milan Skriniar, and will aim to sell him for the largest possible fee rather than consider any player-plus-cash deals for the 27-year-old.

This according to UK journalist Ben Jacobs, who reports on his Twitter account that the Nerazzurri want to get a deal done for Skriniar that would be for a large enough fee to ensure that no more big name sales are necessary, and that Paris Saint-Germain and Tottenham Hotspur are interested.

Skriniar has been the player strongly linked with a sale from the Nerazzurri over the last couple weeks, ahead of teammates such as Lautaro Martinez, Alessandro Bastoni, and Nicolo Barella.

PSG have made their interest clear, whilst according to Jacobs Tottenham could also be ready to enter the race in order to reunite the 27-year-old with former Inter coach Antonio Conte.

However, the possibility of including Skriniar in negotiations with Chelsea regarding a loan move for Romelu Lukaku was never a possibility, whilst Inter are not likely to accept any offers other than a substantial cash fee for the Slovakian.

Jacobs reports, “Also told that Inter believe Skriniar can be sold for more in a straight sale, with PSG and Spurs interested. Inter remain open to a sale. They ideally only want to lose one defender this window, even though their financial situation could still force more outgoings.