As reported by L’Équipe, Milan Škriniar has chosen to join PSG after hesitating between the French capital and Premier League club Chelsea with the Slovakian international’s current club Inter Milan agreeing to lower their initial demands over a fee.
Despite the 27-year-old having just one year to run on his current deal in Serie A, the Italian club had initially asked for €80m to allow the player to leave. Having finally lowered their demands after a meeting yesterday, Inter and buyers PSG are now expected to conclude a deal for around €60m in the coming days, hopefully, for the French club, before they start their pre-season tour of Japan later this week. €5m in bonuses will be added to the agreement too.
The defender, however, had been weighing up offers from both Paris and Chelsea, before finally deciding to join PSG, while Inter had hoped to extend the player’s deal earlier in the summer despite being outbid on salary by Paris at the end of last season.
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