Inter’s president Steven Zhang is adamant the club will not sell Mauro Icardi on the cheap, according to Corriere dello Sport.
The Nerazzurri have made it clear they wish to offload their former captain but they still want €60-70 million for the striker.
Juventus are heavily interested with Fabio Paratici in frequent contact with Wanda Nara, but the Old Lady are only offering €40-45 million.
Napoli would bid €60 million for Icardi and are therefore Beppe Marotta’s preferred buyer for the moment.
Icardi earns €5.3 million with Inter at present, after the Nerazzurri’s Champions League qualification triggered a raise in his contract, and Juventus would be happy to offer significantly more.
The stumbling block for the Bianconeri will be finding an agreement with Inter, with the clubs currently a long way apart on their valuations.
Zhang is aware Inter cannot receive the €110 million in Icardi’s release clause anymore, but he has no intention of selling the man who has scored 124 goals for the club for a low fee.