Inter and Paris Saint-Germain have scheduled a meeting tomorrow where they will discuss the situation with the Parisians’ interest in Milan Skriniar.
This according to Italian broadcaster SportItalia, who report that PSG still see the 27-year-old as a target whilst the Nerazzurri are not hoping to sell him but that they could still listen to massive offers in excess of €70 million.
It has now been more than two weeks since the last offer arrived from PSG, with the French champions having been reluctant to go much higher whilst the Nerazzurri have made it clear that they expect an improved bid that is closer to their €70 million asking price.
This does not mean that the interest from the Parisians has went away, and they will meet with Inter tomorrow to sound out whether a deal would be possible.
Given how the situation has changed, particularly in light of the failure to sign Bremer from Torino, the Nerazzurri would be more committed than ever to holding out for their full asking price, but could consider selling if it is met.