After reaching an agreement with Internazionale for Mauro Icardi, Paris Saint-Germain is set to land its first major summer marking.
The Argentine striker spent the season on loan at PSG and the clubs made a € 50 m (£45 m) deal, in addition to €7 m in add-ons, to make the transfer permanent.
PSG and Inter have finished negotiations on Mauro Icardi ‘s move. The Parisians have yet to agree with Icardi on the points of interest, which ought to be an easier part of the activity.
Mauro Icardi ‘s loan to PSG closes this summer, Inter wouldn’t like to retain it, nor does he want to return to Inter, and PSG wants to leave him. At the point when all those parts are consolidated, unmistakably there is probably going to be an agreement between the stakeholders.
The cost may be an indicator of the impact coronavirus would have on the market for a summer transfer. PSG had made sure about a €70 m purchase choice for Icardi, yet the current financial instability in European football means that the cost would be considerably lower.
Earlier Friday, the Inter wearing director, Piero Ausilio, said: “Icardi wants to stay at PSG and we are in talks to make that happen.”
Icardi joined Inter in 2013 and was the joint top scorer in Serie An of every 2015 with Luca Toni on 22 goals however later dropped out with the club ‘s management and supporters and it was far-fetched that he would come back to the club after joining PSG on loan last year.
He has scored 12 goals in 20 Ligue 1 games at PSG and 5 times in six Champions League matches, significantly. The champions of the French league are through to the final eight of the opposition.