Paris Saint-Germain wants to improve their backline, and while having Marquinhos, Presnel Kimpembe, and Sergio Ramos, the Ligue 1 champions feel as though it’s a position that needs to be revamped.
Outside of Marquinhos, no other center-back is dependable, considering Kimpembe can be inconsistent and Ramos has dealt with injuries the past two years. Furthermore, Abdou Diallo and Thilo Kehrer have uncertain futures in the French capital.
As a result, sporting advisor Luis Campos wants to add more depth and competition to the position, which is why the Portuguese club chief is interested in Inter Milan’s Milan Skriniar.
Foot Mercato reports that PSG has reportedly offered €50-million for the 27-year-old. However, the Italian club isn’t keen on letting the player go for that amount despite him only having one year left on his deal.
Inter Milan wants €80-million but could settle on a fee of €70-million, so as of now, the two sides have a significant gap of €20-million. The report adds that Skriniar is indeed interested in joining PSG, considering he knows the economic situation at Inter Milan and the need to sell off a key player from their squad.