PSG don’t have money problems, but they are careful about their spending as well. And the “made in Italy” prices are beginning to annoy him.
Paris Saint-Germain still have the means to afford quality recruits at a steep price, as they have shown with Hugo Ekitike and Vitinha. But the 2022 version of PSG has decided not to be the turkey of the farce in all cases, and it obviously has a grudge against the Italian clubs, which have provided the French capital with players for a very long time. But if AC Milan, Pescara, Roma or Naples have enjoyed themselves in the past, the current did not pass with Sassuolo, who was too greedy for Gianluca Scamacca and therefore had to wait for discussions with West Ham rather than PSG to conclude the sale of its striker.
Kimpembe as a trigger for Skriniar?
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In another case announced as closed before everything collapsed, the French champion refused to align with Inter Milan’s demands for Milan Skriniar. The poker game ended when the Lombard club asked for 65 million euros, then 70 million with bonus, to sell its central defender. PSG have decided to put on the flashing light, even leaving the Italian club to discuss with the Slovak a possible contract extension. But according to TMW, all is not yet finished in this file. Indeed, if ever Skriniar extends, a departure will not really be relevant. But as long as nothing is signed, Inter Milan ensures that it can still change its mind in the event of a crazy offer, up to 80 million euros. To be refused for a transfer and to manage to further increase the price of his player, this is the sleight of hand that the Milanese team dreams of achieving. PSG, which is still looking for a central defender, will have a hard time finding an appetite for Milan Skriniar. Except in the event of the sale of Presnel Kimpembe, which cannot be completely ruled out due to Chelsea’s pressure.