Paris Saint-Germain are considering pushing forward a move for Inter centre-back Milan Skriniar and paying a fee to sign him this month, rather than at the end of the season.

As reported in today’s newspaper edition of La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Ligue 1 club are keen to bring in Skriniar immediately rather than wait for his contract to expire in June and sign him as a free agent.

In the latest round of talks between PSG and Inter, the French outfit have made clear that they would be ready to commit €10 million to sign the defender before the transfer window closes next week, but such a figure would not be enough to convince the Nerazzurri.

Inter are wary that they would not be left with enough funds to secure a replacement for the second half of the season, and would only agree to a sale at €20m.

Meanwhile, the Nerazzurri are not expecting to sell wingback Denzel Dumfries this month despite interest from Premier League clubs Chelsea, Manchester United, and Newcastle United.

Inter would not be willing to let the Netherlands international leave for less than €50m, but an offer at this scale is unlikely to be received until the end of the campaign.