Inter’s relationship both with Paris Saint-Germain and with Milan Skriniar is getting very frayed as they wait to see whether the Parisians make a decisive offer for the defender.

This according to today’s print edition of Turin-based newspaper Tuttosport, via FCInterNews, who report that tensions are seriously mounting in the atmosphere between Inter, PSG, and Skriniar over the last few days of the January transfer window.

Inter are not happy with how Skriniar and his agent have conducted themselves over the past couple of weeks, as the Slovakian has finally made clear that he intends to leave rather than extend his contract.

The Nerazzurri feel that the way in which the former Sampdoria defender and his agent have gone about things has been inappropriate and disruptive to the team.

Meanwhile, talks between Inter and PSG have been made difficult by the way that they broke down towards the end of next summer transfer window.

Inter may well be forced to conduct further negotiations with both the French champions and with the representatives of Skriniar before the transfer deadline tomorrow, but any such talks will come under a cloud of increasingly tense relations.