A strange summer lays ahead for Mauro Icardi is ahead. The joint top goal scorer ,alongside Immobile, of Serie A will not go to the World Cup and his future at Inter remains in the balance unless there is a renewal.
The release clause of €110 million which only applies to foreign clubs only remains valid until July 15th, the same day as the World Cup Final in Moscow.
Rome based Corriere dello Sport reports that: “Inter can continue to work with calm for now, but Maurito will soon return to discuss the revision of his contract, demanding €8 million net per season.”
Icardi is waiting for a response from Inter, who instead, are taking their time before presenting their offer. Inter want to understand what other clubs would offer Maurito, in relation to his personal demands.
Admitting the difficulty of keeping a player who attracts so much interest from high bidding clubs, Luciano Spalletti gave some reassurance, when he said that Icardi went to greet Lautaro Martinez after he landed in Milano from Argentina.
An embrace between two Argentine attakcers, who will learn to play with one another in the coming weeks. For now, Mauro only has Inter in his head but as for tomorrow, who knows Corriere asks.
There is a lot of temptation from clubs like Real Madrid, who would get more serious if Cristiano Ronaldo leavest, as it would give Maurito more room.