This week is set to be the decisive one in determining the future of Inter defender Milan Skriniar, with Paris Saint-Germain ready to make their big push to capture the Slovakian.

This according to today’s print edition of Milan-based newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport, who report that Inter have rejected an offer of €60 million and Julian Draxler, and have made clear that they only want a big cash offer.

So far all of PSG’s offers for Skriniar have been rebuffed by the Nerazzurri, who are holding out for a value of around €80 million for the 27-year-old.

However, the Parisians are persistent, including thinking about trying to persuade Inter on a cash-plus-player offer with a few players put on the table for inclusion, with Draxler being the latest.

Inter are not interested in such a deal and want to monetize Skriniar’s departure to the highest extent possible, but they are expecting PSG will return with an offer in the coming days that could be enough to get a deal quickly wrapped up.