Inter defender Milan Skriniar has decided on extending his contract with the Nerazzurri over joining Paris Saint-Germain.
This according to today’s print edition of Milan-based newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport, via FCInterNews, who report that the 27-year-old will soon put pen to paper on a new deal with his current club, having decisively rejected the French champions.
PSG’s interest in signing Skriniar has hardly faded despite their failure to agree a deal for him during the summer transfer window.
However, the player has considered both the Parisians’ interest and the offer of Inter, and given that he feels happy in Milan and at Inter, is ready to agree a new deal with the Nerazzurri.
Skriniar will decline an offer of around €9 million net per season to make the switch to the French capital.
The Slovakian is set to extend with Inter until the end of June 2027, with the new contract likely to be worth around €5.5 million net per season, rising to €6 million net including add-ons.