According to reports in Italy, PSG has raised their offer for Milan Skriniar to €60m.

La Gazzetta dello Sport and Tuttosport report that the Ligue 1 giants made a new bid for the Slovakia international on Monday. PSG saw a €50m bid rejected two weeks ago and knocked on Inter’s door again with a new proposal. As per Tuttosport, the offer comes with potential €5m add-ons.

Inter’s asking price for Skriniar is €80m, but according to both reports, the Nerazzurri may lower their demands considering that the defender’s contract runs out in 2023.

Skriniar has already agreed to extend with Inter but would not stand against a move to Paris where he’d double his wages.

Inter director Beppe Marotta said on Monday that the Nerazzurri would rather sell a defender than a striker because getting a new center-back would be easier and cheaper.

The Nerazzurri have reportedly reached a verbal agreement with Torino defender Bremer but will only sit down with the Granata once and if Skriniar’s sale is completed.

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