Inter defender Milan Skriniar will remain a Nerazzurri player for the rest of the current season.
This according to French news outlet L’Equipe, via FCInterNews, who report that the Nerazzurri have completely closed the door to selling the 27-year-old to Paris Saint-Germain due to being unable to line up a suitable replacement in time.
PSG have been pushing to see if they can get a deal done to sign Skriniar in the last couple days of the transfer window.
Aware of this interest, Inter have been bracing for an increased offer and looking for the right replacement before the transfer deadline.
However, according to L’Equipe, the Nerazzurri have been unable to get things done fast enough on a like-for-like replacement that they consider adequate to take the place of the Slovakian former Sampdoria defender.
Accordingly, the French newspaper reports, Inter have taken the decision to reject PSG’s interest in a deal this month.
The Nerazzurri will keep hold of Skriniar until the end of his contract in June.