Inter are aiming to bring in as large a transfer fee as possible for defender Milan Skriniar in order to ensure that no further big name sales are made this summer.

This according to today’s print edition of Rome-based newspaper Corriere dello Sport, who report that the Nerazzurri are holding out for €80 million to avoid the sacrificed of another top player.

A big money sale is necessary this summer at Inter as was the case during the last summer transfer window, and right now Skriniar looks to be the main candidate with Paris Saint-Germain pressing for him.

With a net profit of €60 to €80 million needed from the transfer window, the size of the big money sale that Inter make could become very relevant to whether the financial goals can be met.

The Nerazzurri believe that PSG are ready to get very close to €80 million when add-ons are included, and at this point they would be ready to wrap up a deal and then move for Torino’s Bremer.