Inter are ready to accept Paris Saint-Germain’s offer to sign Milan Skriniar before the end of the January transfer window, but will only sell if they are able to secure a replacement.

This according to Italian broadcaster SportItalia, via FCInterNews, who report that the Nerazzurri would be ready to accept to Parisians’ €15 million bid for the 27-year-old but have not yet signed a replacement to get a deal unlocked.

PSG have made a late offer for Skriniar, increasing from the €10 million bid that had been rejected by Inter to €15 million.

According to SportItalia, this would be enough to convince the Nerazzurri to cash in this month rather than allowing the former Sampdoria defender to leave on a free transfer.

However, the broadcaster notes, the Nerazzurri have yet to sign a like-for-like replacement, which would be an essential condition to allowing Skriniar to be sold before the transfer deadline.

Atalanta’s Merih Demiral is Inter’s top target in this respect, but La Dea want a loan deal containing a €25 million purchase obligation in order to let the Turkish international leave this month.