Paris Saint-Germain would be ready to offer Inter defender Milan Skriniar a sign-on bonus of €12 million if he signs on a free transfer.
This according to Italian news outlet La Repubblica, via FCInter1908, who report that the Parisians would be ready to try and convince the 27-year-old not to extend his contract with the Nerazzurri with a significant bonus in addition to a large contract in terms of wages.
Inter’s contract offer to Skriniar is as high as the Nerazzurri can go, at around €6 million net per season plus add-ons.
PSG would be ready to offer the Slovakian considerably more in order to try and bring him to the French capital, but this is not all that they would be ready to offer.
The Parisians have also put a sign-on bonus on the table according to La Repubblica, which they are hoping will outweigh the former Sampdoria defender’s loyalty to Inter and the Nerazzurri fans.