Inter could decide to sell defender Milan Skriniar before the January transfer window closes, but they would need Paris Saint-Germain to double the anticipated offer.

This according to today’s print edition of Milan-based newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport, via FCInterNews, who report that the Nerazzurri want no less than €20 million for the Slovakian’s signature this month.

As the end of the January window gets closer and closer, Inter are still waiting to see if PSG will make one final push to get a deal done to sign the 27-year-old for a fee rather than waiting until he’s available for free.

The Parisians are expected to try their luck with a bid of around €10 million.

However, Inter will not consider allowing the former Sampdoria defender leave for this amount.

Given Skriniar’s continued importance to the team as they fight on multiple fronts, Inter’s valuation stands at €20 million if they’re to let him leave this month.