Paris Saint-Germain would be the team in pole position to sign Milan Skriniar on a free transfer in the summer in the event that he does not extend his contract with Inter.

This according to today’s print edition of Milan-based newspaper Corriere della Sera, via FCInterNews, who report that the French champions’ contract extension offer to the Slovakian stands, and that they would be ready to pounce.

PSG missed out on signing Skriniar in the summer despite a very public pursuit, as the Parisians did not make an offer that convinced Inter before the transfer window closed.

However, PSG’s interest has hardly disappeared, whilst their offer to Skriniar is still on the table.

During the summer, the Parisians had been ready to offer the former Sampdoria defender a deal worth €9.5 million net per season.

If the Slovakian were to sign on a free transfer, then the French champions could also offer a substantial sign-on bonus.

Accordingly, whilst other clubs will certainly emerge to try and sign Skriniar if he does not extend his contract with Inter, it would be PSG who are in pole position for his signature.