Paris Saint-Germain attempted several times to land Inter Milan defender Milan Skriniar but failed to reach an agreement with the Serie A side.
Inter Milan took a gamble not selling Skriniar, whose contract expires next summer and now PSG is ready to pursue the 27-year-old again when the January transfer window opens.
On Monday, La Gazzetta dello Sport (h/t Hadrien Grenier) reported that PSG is ready to offer €30 million to land the player. Discussions between Inter Milan and their player for an extension are currently at a standstill.
As a result, the Italian club will have an ultimatum if they have yet to agree on a contract Skriniar, either take an offer in January or risk losing the Slovakian defender on a free transfer.
With contract talks not progressing, PSG is keeping a watchful eye on the situation as Inter Milan has a couple of months to reach an extension because if they don’t, they’ll have to make a difficult choice.