Inter to Consider Lowball Offer from PSG for Skriniar

Since the future break-up has become official, Inter are considering partying ways with Milan Skriniar immediately, but PSG are unlikely to meet their price tag. The Nerazzurri would like to get €20M for the Slovak in January, but the French giants are plotting to propose just €10M, Calciomercato informs.

The Ligue 1 champions can’t complete major deals due to Financial Fair Play restrictions. In addition, they might prefer adding a forward after selling Pablo Sarabia to Wolverhampton. They have Olympique Lyon’s Rayan Cherki on their radar. They probably won’t be able to sign two players.

Inter didn’t receive well the recent interview by Roberto Sistici, the agent of Skriniar, which marred the celebrations for the Supercoppa win, especially because he generally doesn’t talk to the press. They even considered referring him to the federal prosecutor, but that probably won’t happen.

The Nerazzurri would face the mammoth challenge of replacing their defensive cornerstone in just a few days and without much financial ammo. They’d revisit old targets if that were the case. However, Fiorentina will slam the door for Nikola Milenkovic, the publication adds. Lille’s Tiago Djalò and Udinese’s Rodrigo Becao would be the other options on the table, TuttoSport relays.

Our Take on Inter and Skriniar

His agent really did them a disservice, as Milan managed to handle this same situation with Franck Kessié with no repercussions last season, but his refusal hadn’t been announced. The financial benefits wouldn’t offset the technical blow if they sold him right away. However, they’ll have to find a way to repair the relationship just a little if he stays; otherwise, it’d be season-long hurtful drama.

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