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Inter has finally come to terms with the fact that Milan Skriniar will not extend his contract. The player should somehow leave the club. The new objective of the club is to recover a few million this winter by selling the player. The Nerazzurri have therefore set a new price that they would have proposed to PSG.
20 million euros, that’s what Inter is now asking PSG to sell Milan Skriniar who expires next June. For its part, PSG has in priority the signing of a striker this winter. And according to the Gazzetta It, the French club would hold an agreement with the Slovak defender to sign him freely next summer. Finally, the recent winner of the Italian Supercup could finally see the former Sampdoria player leave. It should be noted that PSG offered up to 60 million euros last summer.