Mauro Icardi has already told Paris Saint Germain sporting director Leonardo that he does not want to join the club on a permanent basis according to a report from FCInterNews.it.
Icardi is currently on loan at the French capital club from Inter and they have an option to turn his stay into a permanent one for €65 million but Icardi has set his sights on a return to Italy.
Icardi told Leonardo back in January that he wishes to return back to Italy and he could possibly end up at Inter’s arch rivals Juventus according to the report.
Juventus have been keeping a close eye on the Argentine striker’s situation for some time now and are ready to negotiate with Inter for him but it will be far from easy for an agreement to be found given the two clubs are arch rivals.
AC Milan have also shown an interest in the past but Financial Fair Play is likely to scupper their chances of being able to afford a move for the former Barcelona academy player.