Foot PSG – PSG: Skriniar, THE big disaster for Luis Campos

For weeks, we have been talking about the very big interest of Paris Saint-Germain for Milan Skriniar, the Slovak central defender of Inter Milan. But the file seems to be going badly for PSG.

Considered one of the best players in his position in Italy, Milan Skriniar quickly appeared on the radar of the French champions, the Galtier-Campos duo considering that Paris Saint-Germain needed one more central defender. From the height of his 27 years, the Slovak international from Inter was clearly a player capable of bringing a real plus to a sector where PSG has experienced ups, often in Ligue 1, and downs, mainly in the League of champions. Negotiations have taken time, however, with Inter bosses wanting at least 70 million euros to sell a player who only has a year left on his contract. What inevitably push back the Parisian leaders, the latter being decided not to accept the first offer that comes. For the vice-champion of Italy, it was urgent to carry out this transfer since at the same time they wanted to sign Bremer, the Brazilian central defender. But this Wednesday, everything collapses, including for Paris Saint-Germain.

Bremer shuts Skriniar’s door at PSG

Indeed, announced as very close to Inter, Bremer will sign with Juventus, the 25-year-old player currently undergoing his medical examination at the premises of the J-Medical before signing a contract. To succeed in overtaking the Milanese club, the Turin leaders have agreed to pay 41 million euros, plus bonuses of 9 million euros, while the central defender will receive 5 million euros. An agreement which was experienced as an electric shock on the side of Inter, where the departure of Milan Skriniar is obviously no longer on the agenda. The Gazzetta dello Sport even specifies that the Slovak defender and Inter are currently negotiating a contract extension, so as not to see the latter leave free in a year. For PSG, we will have to turn to another track or be content with central defenders currently under contract, which is not lacking. In any case, this failure could still hurt Luis Campos, considered a formidable negotiator. Maybe even a little too much.

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