Inter will not allow defender Milan Skriniar to be sold for a fee of €60 million.

This according to Italian journalist Fabrizio Biasin, who spoke to Italian broadcaster Telelombardia and updated that an offer of that size would not be enough to convince the Nerazzurri, whilst he also updated on their pursuit of Torino defender Bremer.

PSG are pushing to get a deal done for Skriniar, but so far all of their offers have been rejected by the Nerazzurri and they will have to return with an improved bid before they can secure the Slovakian’s signature.

Inter have set the asking price very high for the 27-year-old and have rejected the French champions’ lower initial offers out of hand, and according to Biasin an offer of €60 million would be far from sufficient for the Parisians to get a deal done with the Nerazzurri.

“Marotta said so and I can only confirm it,” he said. “A defender will leave. Skriniar is the subject an offer at the moment worth €60 million from PSG, but that’s not enough, trust me that Inter wouldn’t accept €60 million for Skriniar.”

Biasin continued that “Inter want PSG to reach at least €70 million. Then they’ll move for Bremer, with whom they’ve had an iron pact for months.”

“Bremer has extended with Torino, with the promise that they’d let him go for a reasonable fee,” he added. “So not €40- 50 million. It will close for around €30 million, and most likely with the inclusion of a player going the other way, we’ll see who.”