PSG are very close to making their improved offer for Inter defender Milan Skriniar, and they are anticipated to raise their offer to €70 million.
This according to today’s print edition of Milan-based newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport, who report that the two clubs are back in contact and that it should be only a matter of time before the Parisians make their offer.
So far, the best offer that PSG have come up with for Skriniar has been for €60 million plus midfielder Julian Draxler, a bid which the Nerazzurri decisively rejected as they only want cash and are aiming for a deal at a fee very close to their asking price.
However, the French champions are determined not to lose out on Skriniar, especially after failing to sign another important defensive target in the form of Sven Botman.
Accordingly, both clubs are highly motivated to get a deal done, and PSG’s offer could be just around the corner to get things unlocked.