Inter-Juve negotiation for Icardi will start sooner or later. Warning from Suning: equal exchange with Dybala or at least €70m

Inter-Juve negotiation for Icardi will start sooner or later. Warning from Suning: equal exchange with Dybala or at least €70m

The probable end of this story is selling him to Juventus, but for Mauro Icardi and Inter, the path that leads to separation still seems very far ahead. According to the Gazzetta dello Sport, the theory of not inviting him to training camp can now be ruled out because Inter would expose itself to a legal initiative on the part of the Argentinian, the risk is high. Also, Inter do not want to further depreciate Icardi who remains an important assess also from an image point of view especially on the Asian market which is very dear to Suning. 

This is why, among the “sporting” desire to build an Inter that is independent of Icardi, there is also the corporate need to not sell the striker cheaply. It is a clear message that the club wants to address to the player and to eventual buyers: this tug-of-war is not convenient to anyone. In short, clubs will be disappointed if they expect to get Icardi at discounted price.

Negotiation with Juventus of Sarri will start sooner or later. Inter know that the player and the Old Lady has a special feeling that has existed for more than a year. There was an approach to exchange him with Higuain but there was no real negotiation then. In Argentina, there are rumors suggesting an alleged interest of David Beckham’s Inter Miami but there is no confirmation, even a minimal one. 

In any case, Inter will sit down with anyone to negotiate: Suning will make it very clear that the price will not fall below €70m. With Juventus, the only viable operation is to involve Paulo Dybala: either an equal exchange or cash at said amount. 

Source: GdS

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