Paris Saint-Germain are set to make another offer for Milan Skriniar during the January transfer window, but it will not be worth any more than 30 million.

This according to today’s print edition of Turin-based newspaper Tuttosport, who report that the Parisians are planning to make another offer for the 27-year-old if his contract situation is not resolved by the January transfer window but that the Nerazzurri want to agree a new deal well before then.

PSG missed out on Skriniar in the summer, as a combination of factors including the failure to sign Bremer from Torino and the fact that the Parisians never met their asking price leading the Nerazzurri to decide to keep the Slovakian for the start of the season.

Inter knew full well the risk of keeping Skriniar in the team past the transfer deadline day when his current contract runs out at the end of June 2023, but they are already planning to accelerate contract talks during the international break.

However, PSG are as keen as ever on signing the Slovakian, particularly in view of the fact that defender Presnel Kimpembe is currently out injured, and if Inter cannot wrap up his contract situation they will return in January.

The French champions’ offer would not be any more than half of the 60 million that had been on the table in the summer, however, in view of the 27-year-old’s contract situation.