Inter and Paris Saint-Germain could find an agreement on a deal for defender Milan Skriniar worth around €72-75 million.

This according to today’s print edition of Rome-based newspaper La Repubblica, who report that the Parisians are expected to return with another offer soon and that €72-75 million would likely be the amount around which the two clubs could agree a sale.

Inter have rejected PSG’s latest offer for Skriniar, worth €55 million plus an additional €10 million in add-ons, but the French champions are far from giving up in their chase of the 27-year-old.

The Nerazzurri are holding out for €80 million, while the Parisians’ next offer could be for around €70 million, having already agreed personal terms with Skriniar for around €8 million net per season.

More contacts are expected between the two clubs today, and they are moving towards an agreement that would be for somewhere above €70 million to get a deal done for Skriniar.