Italian Report Claims Inter Owned Icardi Doesn’t Have Clause That Lets Him Veto Permanent PSG Move

Italian Report Claims Inter Owned Icardi Doesn’t Have Clause That Lets Him Veto Permanent PSG Move
March 18, 2020 13:00
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Mauro Icardi does not have a clause that allows him to veto a permanent switch to Paris Saint Germain should they take up their option to buy him according to a report in today’s print edition of Corriere dello Sport.

It has been widely reported in recent weeks that Icardi will have the final say in things if the reigning French champions activate their €70 million option to buy but the Rome based newspaper state that Inter insist there is no such clause.

In fact, Icardi has already signed a contract with PSG in the event they do buy him on a permanent basis but it is currently unclear whether or not the French capital club will do so.

Icardi has netted 20 goals during his time with the club but his poor relationship with manager Thomas Tuchel might mean he does not stay with the club. Moreover, despite the goals he has scored, he has lost his place in the team as of late to Edinson Cavani.

By Cammy Anderson
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