PSG bound Milan Skriniar has given his goodbye to Inter Milan now that he has officially left at the end of his contract.

Posting a message on his Instagram account, the Slovakian spoke of what his time at the Nerazzurri meant to him.

It’s official now – Skriniar is no longer an Inter player.

This had been a long time coming. All the way back in January, Skriniar made clear that he will not stay past the end of the season.

The Nerazzurri had made their offer of a contract extension to the former Sampdoria defender. However, the player wasn’t convinced and decided to instead pursue a free transfer move instead.

Now, barring any massive late surprises Skriniar will join Paris Saint-Germain, who had spent last summer trying to sign him.

The 28-year-old leaves the Nerazzurri after six years at the club. He joined from Sampdoria as a 22-year-old in the summer of 2017.

Skriniar has won the Serie A title, the Coppa Italia twice, and the Supercoppa Italiana twice in an Inter shirt.

PSG Bound Milan Skriniar Bids Inter Milan Goodbye

Skriniar writes, “During the past few years Italy, Milan, and the San Siro have become my and my family’s home.”

“In our stadium we’ve built and celebrated our most incredible victory with a Scudetto,” he continued.

“This was the shirt I defender for the past six years, but also where I first felt protected,” Skriniar goes on. “Thanks to the affection and enthusiasm that YOU, the FANS have always given me.”

“And that’s something that will remain in my heart, indelibly.”

Skriniar also gives “A special thought to my teammates, all the coaches, the club, and everyone working here who has contributed to my personal and professional growth over the last six years.”

“Thank you Inter for everything you made me feel, in victories but also after the most painful defeats!””

“Thank you INTER, thank you MILAN!”

“With love, Skri.”