Paris Saint-Germain will do everything in their power to keep Moise Kean; however, that could likely cost them Mauro Icardi as they look to sell the 28-year-old to raise funds to purchase Kean from Everton FC.
Furthermore, with holes on the squad that manager Mauricio Pochettino will want to fix, a backup striker is a position the capital club might look to go cheap on this summer. This doesn’t necessarily mean the Les Parisiens goes out and grabs a veteran striker; they could go with a youth player with high upside.
According to the Daily Mail, PSG is one of several clubs eyeing Inter Milan youth player Martín Satriano. The 20-year-old from Uruguay has made 22 appearances for Inter Milan Primavera and has scored nine goals while registering four assists.
Satriano is under contract until 2024, and as every supporter knows, Leonardo, PSG’s sporting director, loves to buy players in Italy; they don’t necessarily need to be playing in Serie A.
The English media outlet states that Inter Milan could look to sell players due to their financial situation. With various clubs showing interest, Satriano might be an asset that they decide to cash in on this summer.
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