Slovakian center back Milan Skriniar will move from the Italian “Inter” to the French “PSG”. However, the transfer will take place in the summer and not in January, according to insider Fabrizio Romano.
The footballer has previously agreed with PSG on a contract that will come into force on July 1. However, the Parisians began negotiations with Inter so that the nerds would let the player go to France on January 31.
Sports director of Inter Giuseppe Marotta confirmed that the defender will leave the club in the summer as a free agent: “Skrinjar has made a choice, it is his right. And we have to respect him.”
Thus, Skrinjar will remain at Inter until the end of the current 2022/23 season.
🚨 Confirmed: Milan Škriniar will 100% leave Inter in June on free transfer to join PSG… and NOT in January, it has collapsed.
CEO Marotta confirms Milan Škriniar leaves in June on free: “Skriniar made a choice, it’s his right — and we have to respect it”. pic.twitter.com/bIY3JPyBnd
— Fabrizio Romano (@FabrizioRomano) January 31, 2023
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