Inter still have not received an offer from Paris Saint-Germain for defender Milan Skriniar, with the imminent end of the transfer window meaning that a deal this month is unlikely.
This according to Sky Sport Italia transfer market expert Gianluca Di Marzio, who reported live on air this evening via FCInterNews that the Nerazzurri are running out of time to bring in a replacement for the 27-year-old with no offer from PSG having arrived yet.
Inter are still waiting to see whether PSG will decide to move for Skriniar this month rather than waiting until the summer when they can sign the former Sampdoria defender on a free transfer.
As of yet, the Parisians have not made any offers for the Slovakian, according to Di Marzio.
This leaves the Nerazzurri with very little time to get a replacement for Skriniar lined up.
Accordingly, he goes on, it would be unlikely that the Nerazzurri would allow the player to leave this late in the window even if it means that he will depart for nothing at the end of the season.