PSG offer Milan Škriniar to Turkish clubs

Paris Saint-Germain are stepping up their attempts to sell Milan Škriniar (29). According to a report from Foot Mercato, he has been offered to several Turkish clubs.

Škriniar joined PSG on a free transfer upon the expiry of his contract at Inter Milan last summer. He endured a mixed debut campaign, even by his own admission. Speaking to L’Équipe, he said that his was a season of two halves, with the injury suffered in early January heavily impacting the rest of his campaign. 

However, Škriniar is keen to prove himself at PSG. “Of course, I want to stay at PSG. I still have four years on my contract,” he told L’Équipe. However, the hierarchy at PSG do not share the same point of view. As the club searches to purchase two defenders, it is also open, even keen, to sell defenders too. 

Nordi Mukiele is one of them, as is Škriniar, who according to Foot Mercato, has been offered to three Turkish clubs by Les Parisiens. The clubs in question are Besiktas, Galatasaray and Fenerbahçe. 

GFFN | Luke Entwistle

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