Mauro Icardi’s future, which was bleak, is now clear after Paris Saint-Germain redeemed his official tag from Inter Milan.
The 27-year-old striker has been close to Paris Saint-Germain since the transfer window last summer on loan from Inter Milan with a duration of one season.
That said, the former Sampdoria performed brilliantly from the start, scoring 20 goals and 4 assists, unfortunately the slick record was stopped because the Covid-19 pandemic made Ligue 1 stopped.
But the slick notes do not necessarily guarantee that Icardi will be redeemed permanently by Paris Saint-Germain.
Since January 2020 yesterday, the future of the Argentine national team player has been a conversation, because returning to Inter Milan is already impossible for him. Conflicts with club officials and supporters have kept the San Siro gates closed for Icardi.
However, now Mauro Icardi can breathe easily because Paris Saint-Germain has officially redeemed him from Inter Milan.
The reason for this purchase is of course related to the fact that Edinson Cavani, who has been a mainstay, is aging. Mauro Icardi is clearly the best candidate as the ideal replacement, seen from his statistics throughout the season.
There has been no official news about the official PSG redeemed for the former Sampdoria, but it is believed Inter Milan received a fee of 50 million Euros, plus 8 million Euros in the form of conditional bonuses.
In addition, Icardi also received a four-year contract from the Les Parisiens camp.
But more interestingly, Goal International reported that Inter specifically requested an anti-Juventus clause on the Icardi contract. That is, Inter will get 15 million Euros if in the future, PSG sells the Argentine player to a rival club.
“FC Internazionale Milano announced the transfer of Mauro Icardi to PSG: the striker who was born in 1993 has moved to the French club permanently
The club thanked the player for the six seasons he spent with us and wished him all the best for the future of his professional career.” Thus the official release of the Nerazzurri.