Inter and Paris Saint-Germain have agreed terms for the permanent transfer of Argentinian striker Mauro Icardi, Italian broadcaster Sky Sport Italia’s transfer market expert Gianluca Di Marzio reported via his official Twitter account moments ago.

The former Nerazzurri captain Icardi spent the last season on loan with the Ligue 1 champions whom he joined last summer with a €70 million option to buy him permanently attached.

However, PSG decided to renegotiate the terms due to financial effects of the COVID-19 pandemic and now an agreement has been found which will see Inter earn €50 million in cash with another €7 million in add-ons attached, of which €4 million are easily attained and €3 more difficult to achieved, according to a report on Di Marzio’s homepage.

Tomorrow, the report continues, the final details of the deal will be decided before Icardi leaves Inter permanently to join PSG.

Whilst out on loan at the Parc des Princes outfit, the former Inter captain has made 31 appearances across all competitions to date.

In his time on the park, the former Barcelona academy player has scored 20 goals and has provided a handful of assists for his teammates too.