Paris Saint-Germain are both very keen on signing Inter defender Milan Skriniar, and they are both set to make a push to sign him.

This according to today’s print edition of Milan-based newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport, who report that the Nerazzurri will only accept a straight cash offer for the 27-year-old and that it will immediately go towards funding a deal for his replacements.

PSG have been trying to sign Skriniar for some time, although so far they have been unable to convince Inter, who rejected their last offer of €60 million plus Julian Draxler.

Meanwhile, the Blues have emerged as serious candidates to sign the Slovakian, as they are seeking a top-class defender to reinforce their backline following the departures of several players on free transfers.

The player would not be against a move to Chelsea and working under coach Thomas Tuchel, and so either club would be a viable option for him.

Inter are holding out for a big cash offer from the two clubs, and they want to use it not just to meet financial objectives for the summer but also to get straight to work signing replacements.

Torino defender Bremer would be the first player to be signed right away, whilst Fiorentina’s Nikola Milenkovic is also a player who would be seen as a direct positional replacement for Skriniar and Leicester’s Caglar Soyuncu is also very much on the Nerazzurri’s radar.