If Icardi's issue isn't solved before training camp, the Argentinian will be the fifth striker on the team
Two hours in headquarters, talking about the transfer market and then all went to dinner. Inter met yesterday afternoon to plan the new season and to define strategies for speeding things up and quickly closing ongoing negotiations. Antonio Conte brought his entire coaching staff (including the new trainer Antonio Pintus) to Corso Vittorio Emanuele for the first time where CEO Marotta and sporting director Ausilio were waiting for them.
Many issues were addressed: Nainggolan and Perisic for example as those who can leave this club but if it doesn’t happen Conte will try to revitalize them. And then we have the case of Icardi where both sides are clashing head on. Inter know that it is not essential to meet Wanda Nara because a call is suffice to further clarify what has been obvious for some time: Icardi is no longer part of Inter’s technical project and Conte does not want him to be at training camp.
If this issue isn’t solved before June 7th (the day when players are supposed to be back at training facility), Mauro will start the season as the fifth striker, waiting for the transfer. Wanda and he continue to declare that they want to stay and therefore reject any other possible scenario. Only Juve seem to be a welcome destination among the clubs that want to sign him.