Inter have offered defender Milan Skriniar a new deal worth a net of €6 million per season until the end of June 2027.
This according to today’s print edition of Milan-based newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport, who report that the Nerazzurri are now intending to do everything they can to keep hold of not just Skriniar but also the other big names in the squad this summer.
Paris Saint-Germain have yet to come close to offering €70 million for Skriniar, and even if they were to do so now it is not clear that Inter would accept an offer, while they have also valued the Slovakian at €80 million.
The club’s strategy has been upended by the failure to sign Torino’s Bremer, and so keeping a player of Skriniar’s quality now looks to be much more important than it had at one point, and so they are unlikely to accept an offer from PSG.
Instead, the aim is now to extend the 27-year-old’s current contract which expires at the end of June 2023, to which end they have offered him a new deal worth €6 million net per season.
Skriniar will likely begin integrating back into the squad in the coming training sessions and friendlies rather than simply making time ahead of a sale to PSG as had been expected for some time.
Now the Nerazzurri do not want to be forced into a sale of one of their big name players before the end of the transfer window, and will postpone a sale until January or early next summer.