Paris Saint-Germain would only have around €10-15 million to spend on a potential move for Inter defender Milan Skriniar during the January transfer window.

This according to French news outlet Le Parisien, via FCInterNews, who report that the French champions are prioritizing a signing to reinforce in attacking areas and so are not likely to move for the Slovakian.

Inter are wondering whether or not PSG will move for Skriniar as early as this month, as the 27-year-old looks to have made his decision to leave rather than extend his contract past the end of the season, and the Parisians are prime candidates for his signature.

According to Le Parisien, however, the Ligue 1 side’s budget for the January transfer window is limited, whilst they have other priorities than signing the former Sampdoria defender who could well arrive on a free transfer in the summer instead.

If Inter were to be open to selling Skriniar this month, PSG would not be ready to invest more than €10-15 million in a deal, whilst they could also decide to use that money elsewhere instead.