Inter are still completely insistent that they will not be selling Milan Skriniar even though they expect a fresh approach from Paris Saint Germain, according to a report in the Italian media today.

As has been reported by La Gazzetta dello Sport today, the Nerazzurri are not interested in accepting any proposal from the Ligue 1 champions even though a deeply tempting offer could come in.

Inter president Steven Zhang decided to take the player off of the market in recent weeks but that will not stop teams from making bids to test Inter’s resolve given it is known that the money from the sale would be extremely useful to Suning.

The club insist no amount of money will make them change their minds and if they did sell, they would need to sign two defenders to try and keep Simone Inzaghi happy as he is expecting one regardless of any outgoings.