Inter are still holding out for €80 million for Milan Skriniar while Paris Saint-Germain have raised their offer to €60 million, but a deal still looks to be on the way.
This according to today’s print edition of Milan-based newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport, who report that the agreement could be found by the weekend even if there is still distance between the two clubs.
PSG have come up from their initial offer of €50 million for Skriniar, which had been rejected out of hand by the Nerazzurri, who made clear that a much larger bid would be required to sign the 27-year-old.
However, the French champions are far from giving up, and have now come in with an improved offer, reaching at least €60 million.
Inter’s response has still been to reject the offer as they are still putting the asking price at €80 million, but the Parisians are approaching an offer around the fee that saw them sign Achraf Hakimi last summer, which could be sufficient to make a deal for Skriniar.