Inter defender Milan Skriniar would be ready to sign a contract extension until the end of June 2026 in the event that a move to Paris Saint-Germain does not come to pass.

This according to today’s print edition of Rome-based newspaper Corriere dello Sport, who report that the 27-year-old would not push through a move to PSG and would be happy to extend with the Nerazzurri if the two clubs cannot agree on a sale.

Right now, PSG are still some ways from an offer that would convince Inter on a sale, and the indications are not that the French champions are ready to immediately make another push to get closer to the Nerazzurri’s asking price.

Talks have hardly fallen through between the clubs, but as it stands the French champions’ offer is not enough, while the player isn’t pushing for anything.

If Inter and PSG do not agree on a sale this summer. then Skriniar will sign a new deal taking him until the end of June 2026, worth €5 million net per season.