Inter stand to make a huge profit in terms of capital gains but the club remain annoyed that it could have been even higher still, especially considering that once he could have been sold for €110 million, according to a report from today’s paper edition of the Turin based newspaper Tuttosport.

The report details how the French club offered the Nerazzurri €50 million plus €10 million in difficult to achieve add-ons, a lower figure that the €70 million price agreed upon last summer when the 27-year-old Argentine striker was sent to Paris on loan.

Icardi’s cost currently on Inter’s balance sheet for capital gains purposes, is €1.8 million, and so the deal is a huge economic gain, but Inter are still frustrated considering that he was once worth around €110 million and could have easily been sold at that price.

Icardi has made 31 appearances across all competitions this season for PSG, for a total of 1958 minutes. In that time, he scored 20 goals and provided four assists.