Inter CEO Beppe Marotta is looking to make a record breaking capital gains on selling Mauro Icardi to Paris Saint-Germain, according to a report from today’s paper edition of the Turin based newspaper Tuttosport.
According to the report the former Nerazzurri captain Icardi’s value on Inter’s balance sheet is a measly €1.8 million and the club is aiming make at least a €58 million capital gain when selling the player to PSG.
The report details how the Parisians have offered the Milanese club €50 million plus €10 million in add-ons for the 27-year-old Argentine striker, who has spent this season on loan with PSG.
However, Inter won’t be willing to accept this offer, as they feel it is far too low considering the two clubs agreed to a €70 million buy option last summer.
The Milanese club, however, would according to the report, consider accepting a deal of €60 million plus €10 million in add-ons. PSG know that Icardi is a problem for the Nerazzurri and they are offering Inter an easy solution, rather than potentially selling the player to their rivals.
Icardi has made 31 appearances across all competitions this season for PSG, for a total of 1958 minutes. In that time, he has scored 20 goals and provided four assists.