Inter will not sell defender Milan Skriniar to Paris Saint-Germain during the January transfer window for a number of reasons.
This according to Italian broadcaster Sky Sport Italia, via FCInterNews, who reported that the Nerazzurri do not consider it part of the plan to try to sell and replace a player as important as the Slovakian with so little time to spare.
It is not very common for teams to allow players from their main starting eleven to depart during the January window, and certainly not with only a couple of days left before the window slams shut.
The main reason for this is naturally that it is difficult for a team to replace a player like for like with only a few days left in the window, regardless of the circumstances.
In the case of Skriniar, the Nerazzurri have essentially calculated that the Slovakian is worth more with his performances over the rest of the Serie A season and in the Champions League starting with Porto next month than any fee that they could realistically collect from PSG at this stage, according to Sky.