PSG agree personal terms for Inter’s Skriniar and Milan target Renato Sanches

Paris Saint-Germain have reportedly agreed personal terms with both Inter defender Milan Skriniar and LOSC midfielder Renato Sanches, a target for Milan.

The Ligue 1 giants are in the middle of a complete transformation this summer after another failed Champions League campaign sparked protests from fans.

Director Leonardo and coach Mauricio Pochettino are making way for Luis Campos and Christophe Galtier, both of whom used to work for LOSC.

It is because of that rapport it’s reported by multiple sources including Sky Sport Italia and Le Parisien that PSG managed to convince Renato Sanches to join them rather than Milan.

The offer on the table is believed to be just €10m, less than the €15m plus bonuses that the Rossoneri were ready to pay, but PSG continue talks with Lille.

According to Get French Football News, PSG are also confident they have agreed personal terms with Inter defender Skriniar.

The initial €50m plus bonuses bid was rejected, but they are expected to strike a deal for €70m including add-ons over the next few days.

Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspur have also been linked with Skriniar, but Paris Saint-Germain remain the absolute favourites for the Slovakia international.

4 Comments on “PSG agree personal terms for Inter’s Skriniar and Milan target Renato Sanches”

  1. Botman joins newcastle because newcastle offer a higher sum than milan ….. and then renato sanches will join PSG which offers a smaller sum than milan ……

    this simply beats me !!!!!

  2. @Giovanni: P$G can offer obscene amounts to players, both in signing on fee (one time payment) and salary.

    If a player only cares about that, I would say good riddance!

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