Inter will only consider selling Milan Skriniar to Paris Saint-Germain this month if they can get a replacement, but this is proving to be complicated.

As reported in today’s newspaper edition of Corriere dello Sport, the Slovakian centre-back has agreed to make the switch to PSG when his Inter contract expires in the summer, but the Ligue 1 club would like to bring him in immediately.

PSG have submitted an offer of €10 million for Skriniar but Inter will hold firm on their position that they will demand double that, as well as a requirement that they can secure a new signing to take his place.

Inter have identified Lille’s Portuguese defender Tiago Djalo and he is their preferred option, but it is expected to be difficult to bring him in this month.

Similarly, the Nerazzurri would like to sign Manchester United’s Victor Lindelof on loan, but the Red Devils are uninterested in allowing him to leave on a temporary basis.