Paris Saint-Germain consider Inter’s asking price of €70 million for Milan Skriniar to be too high and would be very reluctant to make an offer that reaches this amount.

This according to French news outlet L’Equipe, who report that the French champions remain interested in the Slovakian but that their pursuit of him his complicated due to them being far away from the Nerazzurri’s valuation of the player.

It has now been a number of weeks since PSG made their latest offer to Inter for Skriniar, and the anticipated improved bid never arrived.

The 27-year-old is very much admired by PSG coach Christophe Galtier and a return for his signature cannot be entirely ruled out, but the French club’s stance on the price tag is clear, whilst the Nerazzurri aren’t likely to come down in their demands.

Should a defender like Abdou Diallo or Thilo Kehrer be sold by the Parisians, their stance could change however.