There’s reportedly no meeting scheduled for Mauro Icardi’s Inter renewal, amid interest from Real Madrid, Paris Saint-Germain and Manchester United.
The striker has a €110m release clause in his contract, valid only for foreign clubs, and the Nerazzurri are keen to raise that clause.
Given the level of transfer fees in recent windows, that figure is no longer the deterrent the Beneamata had intended it to be.
However, this morning’s Gazzetta dello Sport is reporting that no meeting has yet been set with Icardi’s wife and agent, Wanda, as they’re unhappy with her talking about the situation last week.
The idea is to raise the captain’s release clause to €200m, as well as boosting his salary to €7.5m per season.
With no meeting scheduled though, there is interest from Manchester United, PSG and Real Madrid, with calciomercato.com reporting that Bayern Munich could also be interested if Robert Lewandowski leaves.
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