With a month left until the summer transfer window closes, Paris Saint-Germain sporting director Leonardo is beginning to zone in on potential targets to improve the squad.
The 50-year-old would like to add another center-back with the departure of Thiago Silva to Chelsea FC. One name that’s beginning to surface quite frequently is Inter Milan’s Milan Škriniar.
Škriniar checks a box when it comes to a player that Leonardo is monitoring. The Slovakian international plays in Serie A, where the Brazilian sporting director likes to do his shopping.
Well, it seems as though Leonardo is now doing more than only window shopping and looking around. According to Sport Mediaset, Les Parisiens have made a €50 million offer to Inter for the 25-year-old.
Despite a significant offer, the Italian club is hoping for €65 million as they’re hoping to allocate money from a potential sale of Škriniar and Ivan Perišić for N’Golo Kanté.
It will be interesting to see if the good relations between PSG and Inter if they can meet somewhere in between €50 and €65 million.
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