Paris Saint-Germain has Inter Milan defender Milan Skriniar atop their transfer wish list to improve their backline. Since the arrival of sporting advisor Luis Campos, the 27-year-old has been consistently linked to the Ligue 1 champions.
The latest information coming from La Repubblica (via Paris Fans) reports that PSG is looking to present an offer that would satisfy the Serie A side, but that they have also agreed to personal terms with the Slovakia international.
After the offer of €55-million plus €10-million in bonus which the Italian club refused; however, the French giants does not give up. On the contrary, new contacts are planned, with PSG ready to offer 70 million euros, including bonuses.
Inter Milan is hoping for €80 million, but with around €72-million and €75-million, the deal could be closed. Skriniar has already agreed to a 5-year contract at €8-million per season.
Should PSG finally close the pursuit of Skriniar, it would allow them to play a back three and push Presnel Kimpembe and Sergio Ramos down the pecking order on the depth chart for next season.