Inter Milan defender Milan Skriniar was pushing for a move to Paris Saint-Germain before the January transfer window closed. However, the 27-year-old remained with the Serie A side.
Skriniar has signed a pre-contract with the capital club and he will arrive in July when his current agreement that ties him to the Italian giants expires. Inter Milan boss Simone Inzaghi was asked about handling Skriniar’s situation for the remainder of the 2022-23 season.
“I decided to exclude him to leave him alone but there are no problems with him,” Inzaghi said postgame after Inter Milan’s 1-0 win on Tuesday over Atalanta.
“He will be with us until June 30. It will train in the best possible way then, from time to time I will choose whether to use it.”
Comment comptez-vous gérer Skriniar?
Inzaghi : « J'ai décidé de l'exclure pour le laisser tranquille mais il n'y a pas de problèmes avec lui. Il sera avec nous jusqu'au 30 juin. Il s'entraînera de la meilleure façon possible puis, de temps en temps je choisirai si l'utiliser. » https://t.co/Ux7FOjEydW
— 📣 MEGA PSG (@MegaPSG_) January 31, 2023
The French giants will have to wait until the summer to get their new anchor that will lead their back line for the foreseeable future. However, both parties have to make do with the current situation.
Skriniar has to help Inter Milan in the UEFA Champions League knockout stage and challenge for trophies domestically.
Meanwhile, PSG will need to make do with their current defense as they also look to win the Champions League and sweep the trophies domestically.