Internazionale defender and Slovakia international Milan Skriniar has agreed to terms with PSG to join the Parisian club next summer on a free, reports L'Equipe on Friday.
Skriniar, who has been on PSG's radar for more than a year, will see his contract run out next June. He has decided to ditch an extension offered by his current club Inter in favor of signing with PSG once he becomes a free agent next July.
Barring a surprise, the Slovakia international will become a Paris Saint-Germain player next summer to bolster the barebones defense of the French side.
Milan Skriniar and PSG have "verbal agreement" for the defender to arrive in Paris next summer
Currently in his prime, aged 27 years old, Skriniar has had to fight against Inter for a few months even though he's wanted to join PSG for a long time, including last summer.
Internazionale rejected all offers submitted by PSG (for as much as €55M) pushing to extend the contract of their defender for a few more years, including naming him captain of Inter Milan starting next season according to different reports coming from Italy.
While the Slovakian's contract ends next June and Inter would do well to cash in while they can, they are so stubborn that Inter won't sell the defender now, instead retaining him until next summer before he leaves as a free agent.
According to L'Equipe, PSG never lost touch with the defender, claiming that "in recent weeks, the exchanges were continuous between the two parties."
Skriniar has a "verbal agreement" with PSG to join the Parisian side next summer, says L'Equipe. According to the French newspaper, will earn something "between €10M and €15M" per year once he signs with PSG.