Targeted by Paris Saint-Germain during the last summer transfer window, Milan Skriniar took advantage of an interview with DAZN to discuss his situation with Inter Milan.
“A very good relationship” with the fans
Paris Saint-Germain are not letting go of Milan Skriniar. Faced with a bitter failure during the summer transfer window, despite an offer of around 60 million euros sent to Inter Milan, the club from the French capital could return to the charge in the coming months. In January, the reigning French champion would be ready to offer a check for 30 million euros to the Lombardy club for the Slovak central defender, under contract until June 2023. In the event of arrival at the Parc des Princes, Paris Saint-Germain would give the 27-year-old a much higher salary than his current salary on the other side of the Alps.
224 CBT encounters
For its part, Inter Milan set an ultimatum to its protege and was already preparing his succession. Interviewed by DAZN, the principal interested in a situation mentioned. Without answering directly about his future, the ex-resident of Sampdoria Genoa bounced back to speculation concerning him. “We don’t want to hear rumours, they just drain our energy.” Before declaring his love to the supporters: “From the beginning, I have always tried to give the best of myself for these colors and for this team. I do it now, like I always have, and that’s why the fans love me. I have a very good relationship with them and I want to thank them, it’s great for a player to have such a relationship with the fans.
Recruited in the summer of 2017 for the sum of 34 million euros, Milan Skriniar played 224 matches in all competitions with the interist tunic, for 11 goals. Since the start of the 2022-2023 season, the native of Žiar nad Hronom has taken part in nine meetings, for seven appearances in Serie A.