Paris Saint-Germain has already begun offloading players who have no future with the club as Rafinha made his move to Real Sociedad official this week. However, the capital club wants to see other players exit this January transfer window.
One of the players that could be on the way out is Mauro Icardi. The 28-year-old has failed to solidify himself as the starting striker for Les Parieisens, and it seems as though that position now belongs to Kylian Mbappé.
As a result, PSG is open to selling the player, and Marca (via Foot01) reports that the Ligue 1 side has put a price tag of €30-million for the Argentine forward.
Juventus is reportedly interested in Icardi but has yet to make any proposal. The Argentine could use a return to Italy, a league he knows and has dominated in the goal-scoring department.
However, it will be interesting to see if any club decides to take a risk with the former Inter Milan captain, and perhaps a change of scenery revives his career.