Slovakian international defender Milan Shkriniar will not extend his contract with Inter Milan, according to what his manager revealed, in light of speculation about his move to Paris Saint-Germain.

On Monday, Roberto Cestici commented, in a televised interview, on speculation about the departure of Shkriniar, who won his first red card in five and a half seasons with Inter, after he was sent off during the loss against Empoli (0-1). “We have already informed the club that Shkriniar will not extend his contract, and we feel free to negotiate with other clubs,” “.

The agent of the central defender, whose contract with the Lombard team expires after five months, continued, “It was Inter who put him in the transfer market last summer. It was not the player’s decision. This option led to negotiations between Inter and Paris Saint-Germain. We were informed of this. At a certain moment, it stopped.” Negotiations, we accepted that, the player too, with professionalism and respect for his contract.

Shkriniar (27 years and 58 international matches) has been carrying the colors of Inter since 2017 from Sampdoria, while he started his career locally with Jelena.

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