‘PSG must look further: sought-after Inter-defender definitely not for sale’

Milan Skriniar remains permanently with Internazionale. The Slovak defender has been on the radar of Paris Saint Germain and other top clubs for a long time, but I Nerazzurri have decided not to take up bids and keep the player.
This is reported by the Italian branch of Sky Sports. PSG wanted the central defender per se and already offered amounts of around fifty million euros, but Inter decided never to tack. Skriniar has been playing with the Italian club since 2017 and is under contract until 2023. The Slovak seemed to be on his way to the exit for a long time, but club owner Steven Zhang announces Friday that the player is definitely not for sale.
With that, Inter seems to be missing a considerable sum of money. Skriniar last renewed his contract in 2019 and refuses to sign with the Milan club. PSG had been interested in the defender since mid-July and his transfer seemed like a matter of time, but it seems to be turning down now.

La proprietà dellInter, Steven Zhang, ha annunciato al managment che Milan Skriniar è fuori dal mercato. @SkySport #Skriniar
— Matteo Barzaghi (@MatteoBarzaghi) August 19, 2022