Paris Saint-Germain have not ruled out making an offer worth €10-15 million for Inter defender Milan Skriniar before the January transfer window closes.

This according to French news outlet L’Equipe, who report that the Parisians could try to convince the Nerazzurri to cash in on the 27-year-old this month rather than waiting to lose him on a free transfer in the summer now that he has rejected their contract extension offer.

Skriniar has told Inter that he will not be accepting their offer of a contract extension.

The Nerazzurri therefore are at a very high risk of losing the Slovakian on a free transfer during the summer unless he has a change of heart.

According to L’Equipe, PSG already have a verbal agreement with the former Sampdoria defender to sign him on a free transfer when his contract with Inter runs out.

However, the Parisians would alternately be ready to make an offer worth €10-15 million over the coming days to snap the player up before the end of the transfer window.