Skriniar’s Agent: “Decision to Put Skriniar on Market Made by Inter”

With plenty of speculation circulating regarding Inter central defender Milan Skriniar’s future at the club, the Slovakian international’s agent openly revealed that Inter’s contract proposal was rejected in early December after the 27 year-old was unwillingly placed on the transfer market for sale.

After Inter pulled the trigger on PSG’s hefty 70m euro transfer offer for Milan Skriniar with the hopes of extending his stay, the star stopper refused the Nerazzurri’s final offer of 6.5m euros several days ago, causing an immense amount of distress within the Milanese camp.

In an exclusive interview with Telenord, via FcInternews, Skriniar’s agent Roberto Sistici revealed the truth regarding the situation, emphasizing on Inter’s mistreatment of Skriniar over the summer:

“The truth is that the decision to put Milan Skriniar on the transfer market was taken by Inter over the summer, not by the player.

“It was a decision from the club that led to negotiations between Inter and PSG, which obviously we were informed of. At a certain stage, the negotiations were interrupted and the player accepted without problems, respecting his contract as a true professional.

“In the autumn, we replied to all the requests made by the club, and after a series of preliminary meetings, we presented our economic request. After that, in November 2022, Inter presented their proposal. Circa a month later, before Christmas, I told Inter our decision not to accept that proposal.

“I confirmed that decision in January, before the Supercoppa, when I also informed directors Beppe Marotta and Piero Ausilio that we considered ourselves free to listen to the offers from other clubs.

“It wasn’t even necessary for us to inform them of that, but both myself and the player felt it was the right way to proceed, with professionalism and transparency. I repeat, we never missed any appointment with Inter.”