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24hfootnews – PSG: A golden contract offered to Milan Skriniar?
Posted on September 16, 2022 at 9:30 p.m. by Axel Cornic
High priority for Luis Campos during the summer transfer window, Milan Skriniar remains a clear objective for Paris Saint-Germain. It must be said that his contract with Inter ends in just a few months and from January 1, he will be able to engage freely with another club.
This summer, we only talked about him on the side of the PSG. Considered one of the best defenders in Serie A, Milan Skriniar caught the eye of Luis Campos, who did everything possible to recruit him. However, he broke his teeth on theInter, who after claiming 70 then 80M€, decided to remove the Slovak from the market. All is not lost, since the PSG would now target the winter transfer window, with the end of the contract of Skriniar which is fast approaching.
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PSG ready to go up to 10M€
To convince him, PSG seems to want to put all the chances on his side. According to information from Sports MediasetLuis Campos would have the intention to offer a salary of 10M€ per year to Milan Skriniar, that’s more than triple what he currently earns atInter.
Inter will not be able to compete with PSG
Quite recently, the figure of €8 million was mentioned by Fabrizio Biasin, on Calciomercato.it. ” We know that the player received an offer of €8m from PSG, Inter cannot match. The club will offer the player 6 to 6.5 million euros during the break explained the Italian journalist. With a salary of €6.5m, Milan Skriniar would become one of Inter’s highest-paid players, on a par with Lautaro Martinez and Marcelo Brozovic.
An appointment already set for its extension?
On the side of Milan, we now seem to have engaged in a real race against time, in order to avoid the worst. Several transalpine media ensure that the extension of Milan Skriniar is the top priority for this fall, with theInter who would have already fixed an appointment with his representatives for the end of the international truce.