Paris Saint-Germain are convinced that an offer worth a total of €70 million will be enough for them to sign Inter defender Milan Skriniar this summer.

This according to today’s print edition of Turin-based newspaper Tuttosport, who report that the Parisians believe that if they make the Nerazzurri an offer that rises to that amount, including add-ons, they can get a deal done.

Inter have turned down all of PSG’s bids for Skriniar so far as they have made clear that they are not ready to come too far down from their steep asking price for the 27-year-old.

However, the French champions are already prepared to come in with a much-improved offer to test the Nerazzurri’s resolve.

The Parisians feel that €70 million will be the number which can unlock the negotiations, and they could come in with an offer of around €65 million rising to €70 million with the inclusion of add-ons to try and convince Inter.