Inter centre-back Milan Skriniar has decided not to remain at the club and has instead signed terms with French outfit Paris Saint-Germain.

According to Gianluca Di Marzio, the Slovakia international is set to make his switch to Ligue 1 official, after opting against signing an extension to his Inter contract, which is due to expire in June.

Whilst Inter had hoped that the former Sampdoria defender may have a change of heart, the door has now been closed by Skriniar’s decision to sign a deal with PSG.

However, the defender could remain at Inter until the end of the season, with the two clubs unable to reach an agreement for a transfer this month.

Regardless of whether PSG can convince the Nerazzurri to sell before the end of the January transfer window next week, Skriniar will not be at the Stadio Giuseppe Meazza next season and will complete a switch to France.

Skriniar joined Inter from Sampdoria in 2017 and has made 242 appearances for the Nerazzurri, scoring 11 goals and helping them to win the Serie A title in 2021.