PSG refuse to rule out Skriniar move


PSG owner Nasser Al Khelaifi refuses to rule out a move for Inter defender Milan Skriniar.
The Slovakia international has been in talks with the Ligue 1 giants for several months, but Inter have rejected all offers from Paris.
The Nerazzurri didn’t want to sell for less than €70-80m and PSG have never made a similar offer throughout the summer.
However, PSG owner Al Khelaifi is still looking for more reinforcements and has refused to rule out the signing of Skriniar.
“If we sign someone, we’ll let you know in the media, don’t worry about it,’ Al Khelaifi told L’Equipe after Thursday’s Champions League group stage draw.
Simone Inzaghi expects Skriniar to stay at the Stadio Giuseppe Meazza and has insisted that the Nerazzurri are not a selling club.
Nevertheless, the Nerazzurri had to give away Andrea Pinamonti to Sassuolo and Cesare Casadei to Chelsea to balance the books.
Skriniar’s contract runs out in June 2023, so Inter will negotiate a new contract with the ex-Samp man if he stays beyond the summer transfer window.