Paris Saint-Germain are getting ready to make a new improved offer to Inter for defender Milan Skriniar.
This according to Italian news outlet Gazzetta.it, who report that the Parisians could finally come back in with an offer that gets closer to reaching Inter’s €70 million valuation for the Slovakian.
PSG’s pursuit of Skriniar has cooled off significantly over the last month or so, with the French champions not having made a new offer since their bid worth around €60 million including add-ons was rejected at the start of last month.
This does not mean that the Parisians’ interest in Skriniar has faded, and quite the contrary they now look to be plotting another attempt to sign him.
The Nerazzurri are expecting that a new offer for the 27-year-old could arrive relatively shortly, and it remains to be seen how the ownership would respond to a bid that comes close to the €70 million asking price, whilst coach Simone Inzaghi would hope that any offer is refused out of hand.