Milan Skriniar Confirms Signing For PSG: “Yes It’s True, Waiting For Clubs To Agree Terms”
Inter defender Milan Skriniar has confirmed that he will join Paris Saint-Germain and is waiting on the two clubs to reach an agreement.
The Slovakia international is out of contract at the Stadio Giuseppe Meazza in June and has rejected a new deal with the Nerazzurri, whilst he has now revealed that he will make the switch to Ligue 1.
In an interview with Slovak outlet Futbalsfv.sk, and via FCInter1908.it, the former Sampdoria defender announced that he had agreed terms with PSG, and could leave for France this month if they can reach a deal with Inter.
“I have signed with PSG, I cannot say any more. I’m waiting for an agreement between the clubs,” Skriniar declared.
The 27-year-old has established himself as a key figure at the heart of coach Simone Inzaghi’s defence but could be leaving the club before the end of the transfer window next week.
Skriniar missed yesterday’s 2-1 win over Cremonese in Serie A after being sent off against Empoli on Monday, with his availability for the Coppa Italia clash against Atalanta now in doubt.