Inter defender Milan Skriniar would be willing to forego a sign-on bonus from Paris Saint-Germain if it means that he can make the move to the French capital immediately.

This according to Italian news outlet, who report that the 27-year-old wants to sign for the Parisians this month, even if it means that he does not receive a large sign-on bonus, whilst the Parisians would be ready to raise their offer to the Nerazzurri to get a deal done.

Inter have already received an offer worth €10 million from PSG to sell Skriniar, but they have rebuffed it.

Whilst the French champions are unlikely to reach all the way to the Nerazzurri’s €20-25 million asking price for the Slovakian this month, they are ready to increase their bid to try and sign the former Sampdoria defender before the transfer window slams shut.

If PSG are to pay a significant transfer fee for Skriniar this month rather than waiting to sign him when he is out of contract at the end of June, then this money would not be invested in a sign-on bonus for the player.

For his part, Skriniar is keen to leave Inter immediately, and would be ready to forego the bonus in order to get the deal done.