Inter will reportedly renew Mauro Icardi’s contract and raise his release clause, as long as they qualify for the Champions League.
The striker signed a new deal just over a year ago, but there is a €110m release clause for foreign clubs.
With the €222m transfer of Neymar to Paris Saint-Germain, Kylian Mbappé’s €180m loan with obligation to buy to the same club and Ousmane Dembélé’s €105m move to Barcelona; that clause no longer looks as prohibitive as it was intended to be.
As a result, calciomercato.com reports, the Nerazzurri will offer Icardi a new deal, as long as they reach the Champions League.
The striker is happy to stay with the club, so there’s no rush to get a deal done, but Inter still want to make sure his clause is raised.