Mauro Icardi’s time with Paris Saint-Germain could be coming to an end as various reports have the 28-year-old heading back to Italy. Icardi shares the starting striker position with Moise Kean; however, a return to a certain Italian giant is in the cards.
La Stampa (via Paris Fans) and L’Equipe (via Paris Fans) collaborate on the information that a move to Juventus FC is possible for Icardi. The capital club would be open to letting the Argentina international depart but would like to secure the amount they paid for Icardi.
Nonetheless, as clubs deal with the financial losses, not many want to pay €50 million for a striker coping with injuries. However, Juventus does have a bargaining chip that could interest the French giants, Paulo Dybala.
Both media outlets confirm that the Turin-based club could use Dybala in a potential swap. Juventus is looking to clean house on some players, and they’ve long had an interest in Icardi. A possible Kean-Dybala team at striker (should PSG hold on to Kean) does sound enticing should the move occur.
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