The relationship between Inter manager Luciano Spalletti and Mauro Icardi is irreparable according to a report from Corriere dello Sport.
Icardi’s decision to reject the call-up for Inter’s match with Rapid Vienna back in February has caused a deep rift between himself and the club and it remains to be seen what his future with the club will be.
There is reported interest from several clubs but as of yet, there are no offers on the table. He has a €110 million release clause in his deal, something Inter are unlikely going to be able to command due to the recent events. Even if offers do arrive, there is no guarantee that the 26-year-old will entertain them.
After almost two months out of action, he returned a few weeks ago against Genoa and has scored one goal in three appearances and has also lost his place in the starting eleven to compatriot Lautaro Martinez.
He currently has a contract with the club through to the end of the 2020/21 campaign and talks had been taking place over prolonging his stay earlier in the season before the controversy arose.