Skriniar, Inter are waiting for the relaunch of the PSG transfer market

The Slovakian defender could be the one ‘sacrificed’ by Inter to make money. Marotta’s words confirm: “It’s harder to replace an attacker than a defender.” PSG will be relaunched in the next few hours, reaching 60 million. In the meantime, a meeting with Torino in Bremer is scheduled for next week


“I think it’s harder to replace an attacker than a defender”: those were the words of the CEO of theInter, Beppe Marotta, in an interview with Radio Anch’io Sport on Monday morning. A speech that leads us to think that Inter -very active in these first hours of the transfer market, where, however, it has to close with a patrimony of sixty million- has chosen Milan Skriniar as a possible big ‘to sacrifice’ to reach the end of the month on the market. In the Slovak giant is the Psg who is ready for the final assault: a relaunch of the French club is expected in the next few hourswhich could present an official offer of approx 60 million euros. It would be a figure still far from Inter’s initial requests (80 million to let it go), but it is conceivable that the parties could get closer.

Match between Turin for Bremer next week

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As for the point of defense, if Skriniar’s departure is likely, the hypothesis of Bremer’s arrival from Turin is still alive at the time of entry (but the two operations are not currently linked): “Bremer is a world-class player who gets our full attention“Marotta said. And next week in meeting between Inter and Turin to talk about the future of the player.

The point about Lukaku and Dybala

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Finally, the attackers’ speech. Marotta reiterated once again how Lukaku and Dybala are two ‘viable’ targets for the Nerazzurri attack, but for both negotiations there are still things “to fix”, in his words: for Lukaku, Inter gave Chelsea a new offer onerous loan, that is 7 million euros plus bonuses. This is a higher supply than the first (5 million), but still far from the demand of the blues (10 million). The parties, however, have approached and continue to negotiate. For Dybala, however, there is no financial agreement for the compromise. Inter, however, he never met the player’s agent again, Jorge Antun (after the meeting two weeks ago), and no meetings scheduled. As negotiations move forward for Lukaku, there is one for Dybala stagnant.

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