Paris Saint-Germain could decide to try and sign Inter defender Milan Skriniar during the January transfer window, but the Nerazzurri would only consider a deal if their asking price is met.
This according to today’s print edition of Milan-based newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport, via FCInterNews, who report that the Nerazzurri are firm on an asking price of €20 million and that they wouldn’t consider a reduced fee.
It now looks more or less certain that Skriniar will join PSG, whether it is in the summer or this month.
The French champions can wait until the end of the season to sign the Slovakian on a free transfer, but alternatively could decide not to wait that long.
The 27-year-old could be useful to the Parisians over the second half of the season as they hope for a successful Champions League knockout round campaign starting with a tough round of sixteen tie against Bayern Munich.
Inter would listen to offers for Skriniar in order to avoid losing the former Sampdoria defender on a free transfer in June, but they won’t sell him for anything less than €20 million according to the Gazzetta.