Milan Skriniar is a couple of months into his tenure at Paris Saint-Germain. The Slovakian defender arrived this past summer as a free agent from Inter Milan and signed a five-year contract with the French giants.
Furthermore, Skriniar is content with his decision to join the Parisians. The veteran is back in Milan as PSG will face AC Milan on Tuesday at San Siro, and the topic of his decision to leave Inter was a question from the Italian media.
“I am happy with this new experience in Paris,” Skriniar told reporters. “I am gaining confidence in every training session, every match. There are still things to improve personally and collectively.”
Milan Škriniar: “I am happy with this new experience in Paris. I am gaining confidence in every training session, every match. There are still things to improve personally and collectively.” 🇸🇰🗣️ pic.twitter.com/oldElHn7HG
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Although Skriniar has become a vital part of PSG’s defense, there’s criticism of the 28-year-old for how he’s played so far with the Ligue 1 side. Recently, a former player noted that he’s not seeing the same player as he did when Skriniar was at Inter Milan.
It will be interesting to see how the center-back performs back in Italy and whether or not that will factor positively or negatively against AC Milan.