Mercato: At PSG, disappointment prevails after the failure of the Skriniar track

The transfer window ended on Thursday without PSG finally being able to afford Milan Skriniar. After two months of negotiations, the club from the capital was unable to convince Inter to let go of its Slovak defender. According to France Bleu Paris, disappointment predominates internally.

PSG will have moved a lot in the last hours of the transfer window, especially in the departures department. On Thursday, the capital club formalized the departures of Idrissa Gueye, Garissone Innocent, Tidjany Chabrol as well as the loans of Julian Draxler, Abdou Diallo, Layvin Kurzawa and young Anfane Ahamada Mze. In the other direction, Carlos Soler was the only player to join the ranks of Paris in this final sprint. What frustrate the Parisian management who continued the quest for a central defender with one goal in mind: The signing of Milan Skriniar.

Quickly made a priority to strengthen the defensive sector, the Slovak international will have caused ink to flow throughout the summer. After two months of negotiating his arrival, PSG again tried to convince them to let go of their taulier in the last bend of the transfer window but encountered a new refusal from the Nerazzurri. High-level discussions between Nasser al-Khelaïfi and his counterpart Steven Zhang did not lead to the signing of the 28-year-old defender. What cause some frustration internally on the Parisian side, indicates France Bleu Paris.

In its columns, L’Équipe affirms that PSG has again offered an offer of up to 50 million euros + 10 bonuses this Thursday to try to bend Inter, intransigent on its demands. Appointed football advisor to the capital club at the start of the summer, Luis Campos would be disappointed not to have managed to complete any of his major runs when Robert Lewandowski was wanted in attack. PSG will now monitor the contractual situation of Milan Skriniar, who will be free to discuss with any club from January if he does not extend by then.

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