Argentine striker Mauro Icardi could be well on his way to Paris according to latest reports. There are possibilities of him making a deadline day loan move to the French champions, hints wife Wanda Nara.
The transfer window closes on Monday and there are quite a few clubs who are aiming to land the striker. Atletico Madrid, PSG, Valencia and also Napoli are in the race to secure his signature.
It is very much clear that Icardi is not in the plans of head coach Antonio Conte and Inter are desperate to get rid of the 26-year-old. He was also stripped of the captaincy last season.
Amidst the reports, Nara told Tiki Taka:
“I’ll work until the end of the transfer window.
“There are a couple of teams. My relationship with the Inter board is very good.
“Boca Juniors would be difficult, but there are solutions in Europe.
“We’ll see if he goes to a team outside of Italy.”
There are also reports that Icardi’s lawyer has not taken the Argentine’s exclusion from the first team lightly and is threatening to sue the Nerrazzurri.
According to Gazzetta dello Sport, Icardi’s legal team will be looking to get Icardi back into the first team which necessitates a claim for damages.
Prior to Nerrazzurri’s Sunday’s 2-1 win over Cagliari, Inter chief executive Giuseppe Marotta told Sky:
“We have been very clear before and we are calm today.
“We will also face this situation, but I think it is right to give space to the players who go on the pitch, to the fans, and to the club.”
“It is not a question to be solved. It is not a problem; it is ordinary football management. At the end of the transfer window, it will be clearer.”
It is now just a matter of time before Icardi’s fate is decided.