Inter defender Milan Skriniar is reportedly set to depart the Nerazzurri following the Champions League finals against Manchester City for French giants PSG.
Italian journalist Nico Schira has reported that Milan Skriniar will be joining PSG from the Milanese club as a free agent in order to fill the void within the back-line following to the departure of Spanish veteran Sergio Ramos, and has agreed to a four-year deal worth €9m per season, with up to €2m in additional bonuses.
Towards the beginning of January, the 28 year-old has refused a contract extension offer from the Benemata as Skriniar felt like he was mistreated over the summer due to the fact that Inter were prepared to accept PSG’s hefty €70m transfer offer, which was totally against his will as Skriniar has fully pledged his loyalty to the Biscione.
As a result of Skriniar feeling mishandled by the club as his negotiation talks were pushed aside for quite some time over the course of the summer, the Slovakian international has made the decision to part ways with the Nerazzurri at the end of the season when his contract expires, putting an end to his six-year stay at the San Siro.
After PSG having reached a preliminary agreement with Milan Skriniar back in the January as the French giants remained keen on acquiring him despite Inter declining their approach within the summer market, the two parties are on the verge of making the deal concrete and solidified.