Mauro Icardi is expected to make a decision regarding his future on Monday, with Juventus still favourites to sign the Inter forward.
Corriere dello Sport today suggested Maurito’s waiting game is an attempt to help the Bianconeri, who need to sell players before they can make their move.
Roma and Napoli have already offered far more money than the €5.1 million Icardi earns annually in Milan, but he has yet to properly consider either club.
Inter want €75 million to sell their former captain but that figure will be increased if it is Juventus who come calling.
The Nerazzurri’s hierarchy are aware of Icardi’s desire to join the Italian champions, but they want the striker to make an even clearer stand on the matter before taking any action.
Beppe Marotta and Piero Ausilio would almost certainly prefer a sale to Roma or Napoli, but the priority for the club appears to be offloading Icardi to any destination.