Paris Saint-Germain and their striker Mauro Icardi could be heading towards divorce as the capital club is open to selling the player. However, they aren’t actively shopping the player; it’s up to his wife and agent, Wanda Nara, to work on a potential transfer that meets the French giants asking price.
According to La Repubblica, PSG is ready to take a loss on its initial investment they made on Icardi when they spent €50-million for the former Inter Milan captain.
If Icardi wants to return to Italy, the striker and his wife need to fetch an offer from a club that’s at least €35-million. As Les Parisiens could be open to offloading his wages this summer, it opens the door for any club to pay the cash for a transfer.
The Italian media outlet reports the Juventus FC is the prime candidate to pay the transfer fee that PSG would be happy to take considering the hole at striker they will have as they look to overhaul their squad this summer.
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