Inter are waiting for Paris Saint-Germain to make their improved offer for Milan Skriniar and expect that it can reach €70 million once the Parisians sell a defender.
This according to today’s print edition of Turin-based newspaper Tuttuosport, who report that PSG could finally make a sufficient offer to sign the Slovakian once they offload one of Presnel Kimpembe or Abdou Diallo.
The Parisians will have to make room for Skriniar in their team and fund the deal for Skriniar, but they are ready to part ways with both Kimpembe, who is a target for Chelsea, and Diallo.
Once PSG make a defensive sale, their intention would be to immediately move for Skriniar, and the Nerazzurri expect them to be motivated to immediately make a sufficient offer to get a deal done.
The French champions could offer around €65 million, with add-ons allowing it to rise to €70 million, which Inter would be prepared to accept.