Former Inter striker Mauro Icardi could make a sensational return to the club he left in the summer of 2019, with the Argentine potentially on his way out at Paris Saint-Germain.
This according to Italian news outlet Repubblica.it, who report that the breakup of Icardi and his wife Wanda Nara could lead to the striker’s return to Italy, with Juventus also a possibility.
Icardi spent six seasons with the Nerazzurri before making the switch to the French capital, initially on loan and then on a permanent basis.
The 28-year-old has reportedly split up with his wife and agent Nara, who has returned to Milan with the couple’s daughters.
The striker may wish to be closer to his daughters should they take up permanent residency in Milan with their mother, and so the former Inter player could look to make a return to the club.
It is unclear whether the Nerazzurri would be interested in re-signing the Argentine attacker, who is not currently a regular starter for the Parisians though he does make appearances, or whether his current club would be ready to part ways with him.
The Nerazzurri also have several attackers already in their squad, including fellow Argentine Lautaro Martinez who displaced the PSG man in 2019, and in-form Edin Dzeko, which could make a return for him even more problematic.
Should Icardi wish to return to Italy but not come to Inter, Juventus could be another option on the table, with the Bianconeri having been linked to the striker in the past, though once again it is unclear if they would pursue a move for him.