Paris Saint-Germain are weighing up whether or not they will make another improved offer for Inter defender Milan Skriniar from the €65 million they last put forward.
This according to today’s print edition of Turin-based newspaper Tuttosport, who report that the Parisians are still far from reaching Inter’s €80 million valuation, and could leave the Nerazzurri with a decision to make.
PSG have been inching up in their offer for Skriniar after their low initial bids were rejected out of hand by the Nerazzurri, but so far they have gone no higher than €65 million with add-ons included.
The Nerazzurri have set the asking price clearly at €80 million, and have been holding out for an offer much closer to this, but right now PSG are not sure if they want to go any higher.
Should the French champions give Inter a take-it-or-leave-it offer worth €65 million, the ball will be in the Nerazzurri’s court, as they know that they must make a big money sale this summer.
If Inter decide to reject PSG’s final offer for Skriniar, they will be left looking for another sale of either Skriniar or another high-value player in the squad to make, or else risk failure to meet their financial objectives for the summer.