Inter centre-back Milan Skriniar is keen to complete a move to Paris Saint-Germain this month rather than wait until the summer, as he is concerned about the reaction from Nerazzurri fans.
According to French news outlet L’Equipe, and as reported by FCInter1908.it, Skriniar does not want to wait a further six months before making the move to Paris, and would like to see out the second half of the season in Ligue 1 with his new club.
Skriniar is out of contract at Inter in June and would be free to move on without a transfer fee, with a deal at PSG already lined up, but the Parisiens are hoping to sign him in the current transfer window.
With his switch to PSG all but confirmed, Skriniar is concerned that Inter fans will turn against him over the course of the coming months and so he would prefer to leave immediately.
Inter are demanding €20 million to sell him now, but could soften this stance over the coming days if PSG were to include bonuses on a €15m bid, having seen a €10m offer rejected yesterday.