Milan Škriniar is set to remain at Inter until the end of the season despite Paris Saint-Germain’s efforts to bring in the Slovakian defender, according to L’Équipe this afternoon.
The Ligue 1 leaders had hoped to bring the centre-back in six months before the end of his contract in a last-gasp deadline day move, with president Nasser Al-Khelaifi even travelling to Milan to get the deal over the line, but the Nerazzurri are determined to hold on to the defender until the end of the season.
The defender will instead join the club this summer on a free transfer. PSG had seen their €10m bid turned down last week, with Inter holding out for €20m including bonuses, but a second offer has not been forthcoming. The Italians had identified Atalanta’s Merih Demiral as a potential replacement, but have not been able to get a deal across the line in time, and as a result have closed the door to Škriniar’s immediate departure.
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