Inter are asking Paris Saint-Germain to slightly up their offer to sign Mauro Icardi on a permanent basis according to a report in today’s print edition of Italian daily newspaper Tuttosport.

Paris Saint-Germain will not exercise their €70 million option to buy the Argentine striker outright and the two clubs are instead in negotiations over a deal that will be worth in the region of €60 million plus add-ons.

The two clubs hope to finalise a deal for the 27-year-old within this week and once a deal is finalised Inter will then think about how they can spend the money raised through Icardi’s sale.

The report from the Turin based newspaper goes on to state that Inter would like to bring in two full backs, at least one midfielder and possibly one central defender and a back-up for Samir Handnaovic.

Inter will also look to bolster their attacking options with the chances of Mattheus Cunha and Edinson Cavani at the club both increasing whilst the chances of Timo Werner arriving are decreasing.