70 million buy-out clause for Perisic, Icardi's (110) will be increased
Last year, Inter rejected the assault on Mauro Icardi from Napoli. This year, they did the same with Ivan Perisic and Manchester United. Suning has been able to keep Inter biggest stars at the team and now, they are working to lock them up for a foreseeable future.
First off is the Croatian. Tuttosport reports that Inter and Perisic are in talks to renew contract, in which, the Nerazzurri want to include a buy-out clause of at least 70 million euros. The player will earn around 4.7 million euros which makes him the second highest paid player on the team.
Next up is Icardi. Unlike Perisic, the Argentinian already has a buy-out clause of 110 million valid until July 20 only for foreign clubs. This clause is likely to be inadequate in the light of what happened with the transfers of Neymar and Mbappe. The transfer market parameters have spiraled out of control and if Icardi keeps scoring like this, the clause will have to increase.
Words around town are that Real Madrid are looking for a Benzema’s replacement but Icardi has already made a promise to Inter supporters that he wants to win with this shirt.