Paris Saint-Germain has its issues at center-back as Marquinhos has regressed, Presnel Kimpembe cannot stay healthy and Sergio Ramos is 36 years old. As a result, bringing Milan Skriniar this January transfer window would be ideal.
RMC Sport’s Fabrice Hawkins reported the latest on Monday regarding PSG’s pursuit of the 27-year-old defender. The capital club doesn’t want to include more than €15 million plus bonuses to bring Skriniar by Tuesday.
Le PSG ne veut pas mettre plus de 15M€ bonus inclus pour récupérer Milan Skriniar cet hiver
🔹Offre de 10M€ + bonus facilement atteignables refusée par l’Inter qui veut 20M€
🔹Les discussions vont reprendre ce lundi
🔹Skriniar a déjà signé pour l’été prochain. Contrat 4 ans pic.twitter.com/kgR6C6KQdA
— Fabrice Hawkins (@FabriceHawkins) January 30, 2023
The French giants reportedly put in a €10 million offer plus easily attainable bonuses that Inter Milan refused. Nonetheless, discussions will resume on Monday to see if both sides can reach an agreement.
As for PSG and Skriniar, the two parties have already agreed to a four-year contract that will begin this summer as he arrives as a free agent.
These next few hours will determine whether the defender comes sooner than expected, or the Ligue 1 club will need to wait a few months to secure the central defender that will anchor their defense for the foreseeable future.