Paris Saint-Germain have raised their offer to Inter for defender Milan Skriniar to €13 million, as the Nerazzurri want to wait until wrapping up a deal for Atalanta’s Merih Demiral as a replacement before selling the 27-year-old.

This according to Italian news outlet FCInter1908, who report that the French champions have gone up from their offer of €10 million from yesterday, but that Inter will wait until seeing whether they can secure a replacement for Skriniar.

PSG are pushing to sign Skriniar before the end of the transfer window, having already had a bid of €10 million rejected yesterday.

The Parisians have gone up to €13 million, which is still far from Inter’s €20 million demand, but is inching closer.

For their part, the Nerazzurri are considering accepting an offer from PSG should the Parisians go high enough.

However, Inter will only sell Skriniar this month if they can sign an adequate like-for-like replacement before the transfer window slams shut.

In this respect, Demiral is the Nerazzurri’s priority, and so the question of whether or not they accept a bid from PSG for Skriniar will likely depend on whether or not they can sign the 24-year-old.

According to FCInterNews, former Juventus and Sassuolo defender Demiral has already agreed to join Inter should they agree a deal with Atalanta.