Inter and Paris Saint-Germain have reached an agreement over the permanent transfer of Mauro Icardi in a deal worth in the region of €60-65 million according to a report in today’s print edition of Italian daily newspaper Corriere dello Sport.

The clubs have agreed upon two clauses to be included in the deal, both of which could see Inter earn some extra cash in the future.

The first clause is one which states Inter must be given another €15 million by Paris Saint-Germain in the event they are to sell Icardi to another Italian club in the future.

The second clause is one which means Inter will be entitled to a percentage of any future transfer but the report does not specify the exact percentage.

The report from the Rome based news outlet goes on to add that Edinson Cavani will not have his contract extended by Paris Saint-Germain and will leave on a free transfer at the end of next month, possibly to Inter.