Inter have yet to hear an offer for Milan Skriniar that is close to their €80 million asking price, with Paris Saint-Germain not yet going above €60 million in their bid and Chelsea hoping for a discount following the loan of Romelu Lukaku.

This according to Italian broadcaster SportMediaset, who update on the situation with the two main clubs vying for Skriniar’s situation as of today.

PSG have had their initial bids for Skriniar turned down by the Nerazzurri who are still holding firm on their asking price for the 27-year-old, but they will likely have to go above €60 million which they have not yet done.

Meanwhile, Chelsea are also very keen on the Slovak defender’s signature, but they are hoping that they will not have to go as high as Inter’s asking price for him.

The Londoners are hopeful that the good relations between the club following the loan return of Lukaku will mean that the Nerazzurri go down on their demands for a fee.