For many observers, Milan Skriniar will be a PSG player next season. But, his transfer which seemed imminent is delayed by the financial demands of the Italians. With this situation blocked, the Nerazzuri are far from having said goodbye to their defender.
Even for big European clubs, a million is a million. This is all the more true when the account is far from there as between PSG and Inter Milan for Milan Skriniar. Immersed in this file for several weeks, the Parisians had good hopes of closing the deal very quickly. An easy transfer, especially since the Slovak has agreed to come to the capital. But, for the moment, no arrival has been formalized since the two clubs are not on the same wavelength about the amount of the transfer fee.
Skriniar expected in Inter training on July 10
Despite the fact that Milan Skriniar only has one year left with the Interists, the Italians are demanding at least 70 million euros for their solid Slovak defender. Too high a price for PSG, which is not willing to give more than 60 million euros. Negotiations continue between the two parties but this may take time. Simone Inzaghi, the coach of Inter, confirmed it half-words with journalist Fabrizio Romano, expecting to see Skriniar again under his orders in the coming days.
Inter manager Inzaghi on Skriniar deal with PSG: “Skriniar will join us on July 10 for the pre-season. He’s Inter player as things stand, then we know how things can change during the transfer window”. 🇸🇰 #transfers
Inter and PSG are in talks for Skriniar, no full agreement yet.
— Fabrizio Romano (@FabrizioRomano) July 5, 2022
” Skriniar will join us on July 10 for the pre-season. He’s an Inter player as things stand, although it’s unclear how things may change during the transfer window “, confided the Italian technician. A blow of pressure on the Parisian club which however seems vain because the PSG remains the master of the situation, especially in view of the contractual situation of the player. But, if Christophe Galtier wants to start his tactical work, things shouldn’t drag out too much anyway.