Paris Saint Germain want to include players in their bid for Inter defender Milan Skriniar, according to a report in the Italian broadcast media.

As has been reported by Sky Sport this evening, via FCInter1908, there is work to do between the two clubs if they are to come to an agreement for Milan Skriniar to head to Paris this summer.

Inter have said that they will not take any less than €70 million for the Slovakian defender but the offer from PSG has remained much closer to the €50 million mark.

They have now suggested that they would like to include players in the deal in order to make up the financial difference. They have plenty of individuals who have returned from loans and need to be sold in order to save money.

It is not clear which players they are offering but Inter have previously said no to that type of deal.