French giants Paris Saint Germain (PSG) and Italian football giants Inter Milan are yet to reach an agreement over Slovakian defender Milan Skriniareven after the latest meeting between the representatives of the two teams on Wednesday. Italian football media portal Sportitalia confirmed the latest meeting between the two clubs and that they have not made a breakthrough in the quest for Skriniar to leave Inter Milan for PSG this summer.

Italian football giants Inter Milan and PSG have been locked in talks for several weeks. As things stand, the two teams are still €10m in terms of valuation. Skriniar has already agreed personal terms with PSG and he’s waiting for the two clubs to reach an agreement for his transfer. Inter Milan officials are adamant that the Slovakia international won’t leave the club until their €70m valuation is met.

PSG chief Antero Henrique was said to have met with intermediary Paolo Busardo to discuss the Milan Skriniar situation. However, PSG didn’t increase their previous offer of €60m including various add-ons and performance-related bonuses.

French giants PSG will have to move very fast if they want to sign Skriniar from Inter Milan with interest from Chelsea growing after the Premier League side lost out to Barcelona in their quest to sign Frenchman Jules Kounde. Kounde is on the verge of leaving Sevilla for Barcelona after he snubbed the interest from Chelsea. PSG adopted a similar approach in their bid to sign Italy striker GianlucaScamacca and that saw them miss out to West Ham United in the Premier League. The Hammers signed the young Italian striker in a deal worth €36m plus €6m in add-ons. There’s also a 10% sell-on clause attached to the transfer. PSG officials are adamant that Skriniar is not worth €70m as he has one year left on his current deal.