Slovakian football agent Branislav Jasurek, who represents Napoli midfielder Stanislav Lobotka among other players, believes that Milan Skriniar has made a big contribution to Inter ahead of a possible departure to Paris Saint-Germain.

Speaking to Slovak newspaper Futbol Pravda, the agent predicted that the transfer will go through, and praised the contribution that Skriniar has made across his five seasons at the Nerazzurri.

Skriniar looks to be the player who will be sold for a big fee this summer as Inter look to bring in a significant net profit during the transfer window, and he will be a player many fans are sad to see go.

The 22-year-old slotted right into the starting eleven upon his arrival from Sampdoria in the summer of 2017 and has hardly looked back, as his good form has coincided with the growth of Inter into more of a force on the pitch over the past five years.

If Skriniar leaves he will do so as a Serie A and Coppa Italia winner, and Jasurek feels that he deserves to leave with his head held high.

“In my opinion the transfer will go through,” the agent predicted, “Luis Campos is a top director who always gets what he wants. He will do everything to bring him in.”

Regarding the transfer, he said that “Milan is a humble boy, he’s always remained himself. I wish him well playing for one of the biggest clubs around, along with Lionel Messi, Neymar, and Kylian Mbappe.”

Regarding PSG’s ambition to win the Champions League and how Skriniar fits in, Jasurek said that “This has been their only goal for several years, they’ve realized how difficult it is. This is great news for Skriniar and Slovak football.”

And with respect to the timing of the move, at a point where Skriniar has been seen by many Inter fans as a potential future captain, he said that “I don’t want to speculate, but Milan will move from an excellent club to a top one.”

“He’s in excellent shape and is of the right age,” the agent continued. “At Inter he won the Scudetto, the Coppa Italia, the Supercoppa Italiana, he left his mark there. It’s time to go.”