Inter will not accept any less than €70 million for Milan Skriniar from Paris Saint Germain but they are expecting a new offer, according to a report in the Italian media today.

As has been reported by Tuttosport today, the Nerazzurri have repeatedly said that €80 million is the amount that they demand for the Slovakian defender.

In reality though, it is expected that €70 million will be enough for Inter to sit down at the negotiating table and work out a deal.

That could come in the form of €65 million and €5 million in bonuses or a 60+10 configuration. That is something that Beppe Marotta and Piero Ausilio need to work out with the French champions when they next talk.

The money made from that sale will be used to help reach the €60 million of profit that they need to end the season with, as well as the signings of Gleison Bremer and Nikola Milenkovic.