The agent of Inter defender Milan Skriniar feels that, if the player does decide to leave, it will be for sporting reasons and not just in search of more money.
Speaking to Italian broadcaster Telenord, via FCInter1908, the 27-year-old’s agent Roberto Sistici emphasized that the possibility of higher wages would only be a starting point in any decision that the player would make to find a new club.
Skriniar has been heavily linked with PSG, whether it is this month or on a free transfer window in the summer.
Should the former Sampdoria defender join the French champions, there is no doubt that he would earn more than would be possible if he were to extend his contract with Inter, whilst thee player could also receive a hefty sign-on bonus.
However, Skriniar’s agent was keen to stress that this would not be the Slovakian’s primary motivation for choosing to leave.
“It’s clear that if you read the newspapers then the wages are the starting point for him,” Sistici said.
“But if he were to leave Inter, it would be for a technical and sporting project.”
“For him, the financial aspect is not the starting point,” the agent emphasized.