[MAJ] PSG could return to the charge for Skriniar in January – Canal Supporters

The more the hours pass, the more the final face of the PSG transfer window definitely takes shape. Thus, the Parisian club has just formalized the departures of Layvin Kurzawa, Abdou Diallo and Idrissa Gueye in quick succession. Carlos Soler, who signed his contract today in the offices of the Factory, should be formalized as a new red and blue player in the next few moments. An epilogue that will not know Milan Skriniar according to the latest echoes. Too complex a file? Indeed, if the French press was quite positive, the PSG keeping hope in this file according to some of these sources, the transalpine press had, for its part, a completely different story. This is clear, Inter will not sell their future captain on this last day of the transfer window. A trend confirmed by Fabrizio Romano. Because yes, according to the journalist, despite the ultimate Parisian assault, the Nerazzurri remain particularly intransigent: the Milanese market is closed, whether in the direction of arrivals or departures. A very problematic state of affairs for a club which has just let Abdou Diallo slip away on loan and which now has very few cartridges in this sector… PSG could try their luck again in January
[MAJ 19h00] Information confirmed by L’Equipe. PSG are not expected to host Milan Skriniar before 11 p.m. this Thursday. Despite three offers from Rouge & Bleu, Inter refused to give up their Slovak defender. In recent days, President Nasser al-Khelaïfi had even taken charge of this file and was in direct contact with his Milanese counterpart, Steven Zhang, but without success. Faced with these various refusals, the Parisian management had considered other younger solutions for the post of right axial, but “the prices demanded quickly cooled the ardor”, like the requests from AS Monaco for Axel Disasi. However, the Milan Skriniar file is not completely closed. Indeed, still according to L’Equipe, PSG could return to the charge next January. Still under contract until June 2023 with the Nerazzurri, the 27-year-old Slovak will be able to commit where he wishes from January 2023 and without transfer compensation.