Paris Saint-Germain are still pushing for two Serie A stars this summer, raising their bid for Sassuolo striker Gianluca Scamacca and Inter defender Milan Skriniar.
The transfer window is in full swing and new PSG director of sport Luis Campos has his sights firmly set on the Italian market to bolster his squad.
According to Footmercato, Scamacca remains the first choice in attack for PSG, but the latest offer of €35m plus bonuses was rejected.
This is because Sky Sport Italia claim Sassuolo value the centre-forward at €50m, which is why he is priced out of the market for the other Serie A clubs showing interest, such as Milan.
Inter are also trying to get as much money as they can to sell Skriniar, knowing that he is the number one name on the list for Campos.
Here too, a proposal worth €50m was reportedly turned down, as the Nerazzurri are hoping for at least €70-80m, perhaps as much as €100m for the Slovakia international centre-back.
When it comes to both Scamacca and Skriniar, PSG are expected to make increased bids over the next few days.
Info: Le #PSG avance concrètement sur son mercato estival
• Si tout n’est pas encore totalement finalisé, Paris est confiant pour s’offrir Scamacca et Skriniar
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