Inter defender Milan Skriniar has agreed to join French side Paris Saint-Germain on a free transfer during the summer transfer window.

This according to French news outlet L’Equipe, who report that the 27-year-old has given his verbal agreement to the Ligue 1 club, and that he could even potentially be sold as early as this month.

It was reported yesterday that Skriniar has decided to reject Inter’s contract extension offer, and L’Equipe confirms this.

The French outlet reports that the 27-year-old has already told PSG that he intends to join them in the summer when his current deal with the Nerazzurri expires.

The Parisians had been making Skriniar a major target throughout the summer window prior to this season, making several offers for him, but Inter rejected all of their bids which according to L’Equipe went as high as €55 million.

However, the French champions have hardly lost interest in signing the former Sampdoria defender, who Inter have been attempting to convince to sign a contract extension in negotiations over the past several months.

Thusly, the Parisians have been waiting to see if Skriniar would decide to reject Inter’s offer, in which case they have been ready to start negotiating to sign Skriniar ahead of next season.

L’Equipe also report that PSG would have around €15 million ready to bid for Skriniar should the Nerazzurri want to cash in on the defender before the January transfer window slams shut.