Inter defender Milan Skriniar has verbally agreed to a free transfer to Paris Saint-Germain for next summer.
The Slovakian international has declined a contract extension with the Nerazzurri, whose current contract expires at the end of the season.
The defender was the Ligue 1 leaders’ top defensive target this summer, and was the subject of several offers – but the Serie A side demanded a much higher fee than PSG was willing to pay, with the final offer set at €55 million.
Skriniar allegedly isn’t eager to have his contract extention. Inter is therefore led to sell him in January in order to make up some of the money they lost this summer. PSG have up to €15 million available if they want to buy out the remaining six months of his contract. A move for Kriniar could also happen as early as this month.