Former Inter captain Mauro Icardi could reportedly return to Serie A this summer, a move that eventually could help the Nerazzurri financially.
Tuttosport reports Juventus are still interested in the striker, with Roma and Napoli also checking the player’s availability for a return to Italy.
The newspaper then reveals Inter CEO Beppe Marotta inserted a clause in the deal with PSG that could therefore be activated this year.
The report claims a return to Serie A would trigger payment of a €15m bonus, as Marotta wanted to avoid that Paris was only a stop-gap ahead of a move to Juventus.
A possible farewell for Icardi has been reported in recent months and the newspaper highlights that the English Premier League could be a destination too.