Paris Saint Germain have made an offer of €60 million for Milan Skriniar but Inter have once again rejected it, according to a report in the French media today.

As has been reported by L’Equipe in France, the French champions submitted a new offer for the Slovakian defender on Thursday at midday which was for €50 million and another €10 million in bonuses.

Inter CEO Beppe Marotta and sporting director Piero Ausilio have promoted rejected the offer as it is too late in the window to sell the player and the bid is lower than what was the asking price.

PSG president Nasser Al-Khelaïfi entered the scene and is now talking directly with his counterpart Steven Zhang, who is still firm on the demand of €80 million.

It cannot be ruled out that they will be making a new bid for the defender later in the day to really test Inter’s resolve given they are in serious need of a new defender.