Inter defender Milan Skriniar has given the ok on a transfer to Paris Saint-Germain, although the two clubs have yet to reach any sort of agreement.

This according to today’s print edition of Paris-based newspaper Le Parisien, who report that the French champions have the agreement from the 27-year-old but now have to convince the Nerazzurri.

Skriniar is one of PSG’s priority targets for the summer transfer window along with Porto midfielder Vitinha, and in both cases the players have said yes to the move and agreed personal terms.

However, now the Parisians will have to get agreements with the two players’ respective clubs, and this is what they will spend the next few days doing.

With Skriniar’s agreement in place, the French champions are ready to return to talks with the Nerazzurri to try and get a deal over the line, although it remains to be seen how straightforward this will be for them.