Foot PSG – Skriniar at PSG, a new cold snap

In search of a new central defender during this summer transfer window, Paris Saint-Germain continue to push to recruit Milan Skriniar. Except that for the moment, the file is on stand-by…

During this summer preparation, Christophe Galtier sets up a system with three central defenders for the coming season. But for his 3-4-1-2 to be as efficient as possible at a very high level, the French coach needs a new central defender to support Marquinhos and Presnel Kimpembe. For several weeks, the priority has been called Milan Skriniar. But for now, the Slovak international is still far from PSG knowing that he is still an Inter Milan player, and maybe for a while yet. Since according to information from Gianluca Di Marzio, the 27-year-old defender is on track to stay with the Nerazzurri this summer. “At the moment, PSG don’t seem to have any intention of bidding high numbers for Skriniar. For this reason, Skriniar’s future at present always seems to be with the Nerazzurri”explains the transfer window specialist on his website.

50 ME, PSG will not go higher for Skriniar

Same story with Fabrizio Romano, for whom the Skriniar file is really at a standstill in Paris. “There is still no agreement between Paris Saint-Germain and Inter for Skriniar. PSG want Skriniar but the last offer, which was 50 million euros, will not be accepted by Inter. Inter have no intention of selling Skriniar on current terms, especially after missing out on Bremer deal”, details the Italian journalist on his Twitter account. If PSG therefore wants to continue its summer recruitment in the best possible way, after bringing in Vitinha and Hugo Ekitike for nearly 80 ME, the club from the French capital will therefore have to extend the currency for Skriniar, knowing that Inter demands at least 60 ME to let go of his central defender. In the event of refusal to comply, Luis Campos will then have to work on finding a new target to meet Galtier’s needs for the resumption of the championship next August.

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