Paris Saint-Germain isn’t letting go of their interest in Inter Milan central defender Milan Skriniar. After having their first bid reported bid of €50-million rejected, the capital club didn’t pivot elsewhere and has come back with another offer.
According to Corriere della Sera, the reigning Ligue 1 champions have made a €60-million proposal for the 27-year-old. They hope this offer can convince the Serie A side to let go of their player.
Inter Milan needs to sell before June 30 and is holding out for a deal between €70-million and €80-million, where they would be content with allowing Skriniar to exit. Gazzetta dello Sport adds that new contact between PSG and Inter must occur this Monday.
PSG has Presnel Kimpembe, who can be inconsistent with his form, and Sergio Ramos, who has dealt with injuries this past couple of years, sporting advisor Luis Campos feels this position needs improvement.
The Slovakia international is a rock for the Inter Milan defense, so the Italian side doesn’t want to let him go for cheap. Nonetheless, it seems as though the French giants will do all they can to land the defender this summer.