Inter Expect Skriniar to Stay Despite Lingering Interest from PSG

Inter play Viktoria Plzen in the next round of the UEFA Champions League group stages, as they seek to qualify for the Round of 16 with a win. Along with qualification for the last 16 comes about €20M, which according to today’s edition of Tuttosport (via Tuttomercatoweb) means that they will be able to fund Milan Skriniar’s renewal deal. The Slovakian defender sees his contract expire in the summer of 2023.

He would take upto one-third of the Nerazzurri’s revenues from just their group stage success, as he remains one of the club’s priorities ahead of the winter transfer window.

The center-back had been in the crosshairs of Paris Saint-Germain for much of the previous summer, but the move never materialized given the polar demands of both involved clubs.

According to Le10sport, it is understood that the Parisians are still interested in being him to the French capital – which is a key motivator for Inter to offer a contract extension at the earliest.

A solution is expected to be reached at the Stadio Giuseppe Meazza ahead of the start of the FIFA World Cup, after which the January transfer window will arrive in the blink of an eye. However, in the case of a breakdown in negotiations, a move to Paris would be inevitable as the French champions are ready to shell out for the Slovak.

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