Inter owned striker Mauro Icardi may return to Italy in the summer, with Napoli preparing an offer for the player, according to a report from Italian news outlet FcInterNews earlier today.

The report details how Paris Saint Germain, who signed Icardi on loan last summer in a deal that had a €70 million buy option attached, are unsure whether to sign the player following on from Inter’s decision to not allow any players to be included in the deal. The Nerazzurri want the money, not any players, and so Icardi may still return to Italy in the summer.

Juventus are one of the Italian clubs interested in signing the Argentine striker, the report continues, but first must resolve the Gonzalo Higuain issue and understand how much they can afford to spend. AC Milan, whilst interested, cannot afford the costs of the operation.

Napoli, however, are seriously interested in signing the 27-year-old, the report continues. The Partenopei cannot pay the €65 million requested by the Nerazzurri, but have an idea. They are preparing to offer Inter Arkadiusz Milik and money in exchange for Icardi, although they would be happy to include Allan instead, as president Aurelio De Laurentiis is incredibly keen to bring Icardi to Napoli.