Inter, Gazzetta: “Skriniar and the renewal in Milan”

INTER, GAZZETTA – As the Gazzetta reports today, here is what the renewal with Inter could have on the Slovakian’s table.

Inter, Gazzetta: “Skriniar and the renewal in Milan”

“The return to the field, the ovation of the spectators, an effective intervention of personalities a few minutes after his entry. During Inter-Lyon, Milan Skriniar really met again, in front of his fans and with that Nerazzurri shirt on him that suits him so much. The roar of the audience seemed to have a double meaning: the hug to an idol who at one point seemed already on the plane to Paris, but also the elevation of his status as a pillar of the rose, by popular acclaim. , also the negotiations for the renewal will tend to get closer to the engagements of Lautaro Martinez and Marcelo Brozovic, two other elements that have thrown anchor in the hearts of the fans ”.

Inter, Gazzetta: “Skriniar and the renewal in Milan”

“Before the opening of the transfer market in April, the agreement between Inter and Skriniar was identified on a track devoted to realism. With the player expiring in June 2023, a meeting point had been reached to finalize the extension once the summer transfer window was closed, with the awareness that offers of around 70 million euros could have taken the Slovak away from the Duomo. The draft was around 5 million in salary as a fixed part, with a postponed deadline of 4 years, until 2027. Then, however, Paris Saint-Germain arrived with its need to reinforce the defensive line to aim for the Champions League. League and the two clubs have entered into a negotiation that lasted a few tens of days, up to the current stalemate: the Nerazzurri remain stationary at 70, the Parisians do not exceed 60, including bonuses. So, one month after the triple whistle on the market, everything remains pending. Skriniar on the pitch and more relaxed fans ”.

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