Paris Saint-Germain are hoping to get a discount on Mauro Icardi but Inter are pushing for the previously agreed upon figure of €70 million, according to a report from Italian journalist Alfredo Pedullá reported via FcInter1908.

The report details how the 27-year-old Argentine striker has impressed whilst on loan with PSG this season, scoring 20 goals and providing four assists across all competitions for the club.

The French side want to re-discuss the player’s price with Inter and would prefer a figure of around €55-60 million.

Inter will push for the €70 million, the report continues, but may be willing to negotiate a lower price with add-ons that could reach that number. Other clubs interested in Icardi, like Juventus, are watching the situation closely but cannot do anything for the time being.

The 27-year-old Argentine weight on Inter’s balance sheet for capital gains purposes is this season around €2 million, and so the Nerazzurri will make a big capital gains from his sale, although once they could have sold him for around €110 million, before the rift formed between club and player.