The Italian media continues to bring updates on Tottenham Hotspur’s chase for Inter Milan defender Milan Skriniar.

This morning, we had already covered claims from Calcio Mercato which said Spurs sent emissaries to have a meeting with the Serie A side.

Now it’s time for Tutto Mercato Web to bring a few more details on the negotiations, saying Skriniar’s agents have been in touch both with Tottenham and Paris Saint Germain.

It’s claimed that Inter Milan are demanding €60m for the defender, and Daniel Levy doesn’t want to pay that much.

The club chairman doesn’t believe the defender would give them a financial return in the future. That’s why he’d rather find a swap deal.

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It’s said the chances of a swap for Tanguy Ndombele could be ‘reopened’, as previously mentioned in this transfer window, but for that to happen, Inter Milan would have to sort the departure of Marcelo Brozovic first.

Meanwhile, PSG face the same issues. Both the French side and Tottenham don’t believe Skriniar is worth that much at this moment in time.