Milan Škriniar is Parisian!
Paris Saint-Germain are delighted to announce that Milan Škriniar has signed a five-year deal with the club. The Slovak defender’s contract runs until 30 June 2028.
Having come through the ranks at FK Žiar nad Hronom, his hometown club in Slovakia, the imposing 6ft4” centre back began his professional career at MŠK Žilina in 2011. The following year he bagged himself a league-and-cup double before gaining experience on loan to FC ViOn Zlaté Moravce in 2013.
The promising young Slovak international then moved to Italy in 2016, joining UC Sampdoria where he made his mark at the back with 36 appearances, becoming the youngest-ever defender to play at least 35 games in Serie A.
After being named as the league’s best defender in 2017, Škriniar’s stock continued to rise. He moved to Inter Milan and went on to make 246 appearances for the Nerazzurri across five seasons, scoring ten goals, as well as adding the 2020–
21 Serie A title, the 2021–22 and 2022-23 Coppa Italia and both the 2021 and the 2022 Supercoppa Italiana to his trophy cabinet.
Škriniar was called up to the Slovakia national team for the first time in 2016, just a few weeks before featuring at that year’s European Championship in France and has already been capped 60 times for his country at the tender age of 28.
“I am very happy to be part of this wonderful Club”, said Milan Škriniar. “PSG is one of the best clubs in the world, with world-class players and fantastic fans.”
Check out Milan Škriniar’s interview exclusively on PSG.FR and across all of Paris Saint-Germain’s social media channels.