Inter will decide over the coming days whether to sell defender Milan Skriniar to Paris Saint-Germain or wait to lose him in the summer transfer window, with a departure for the French capital now seemingly inevitable.
This according to today’s print edition of Milan-based newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport, via FCInterNews, who report that an offer of around €10 million is likely to arrive from PSG for the Slovakian, but that this might not be enough for the Nerazzurri.
Now, Skriniar’s departure from Inter seems to be a matter of “when” rather than “if” after the events of the past few days, and PSG seemingly the inevitable destination.
With Inter now well aware that the player has no intention of extending his contract, PSG are likely to make an offer to try and sign the former Sampdoria defender as early as this month.
The Parisians are likely to offer around €10 million for the 27-year-old, and then it will be up to the Nerazzurri.
Inter will have to consider whether the fee for a player who could be important over the rest of the season on the pitch with the team still very much active on three fronts, and with a replacement not exactly straightforward to find.