Inter have yet to receive any new offers from Paris Saint-Germain for defender Milan Skriniar.
This according to today’s print edition of Rome-based newspaper Corriere dello Sport, who report that the Parisians have continued to stall in their pursuit of the 27-year-old, and that while they are not yet out of the race the clock is ticking.
PSG had been pushing hard to sign Skriniar earlier in the transfer window, but since their most recent bid a few weeks ago the chase has gone cold as the Nerazzurri have not received any improved offers from a bid that they had decisively rejected.
It remains to be seen if the French champions will make another push, with reports in French media suggesting that they still believe that Skriniar is an attainable target.
However, as things stand the situation has not changed from a few weeks ago, with the Nerazzurri placing a high asking price on the Slovakian and the Parisians not willing to meet it.