Icardi's agents 'desperately trying to find him a way out of PSG'

Mauro Icardi’s agents ‘are desperately trying to find their client a way out of PSG this summer but his £8.6m-per-year wages are a problem’ as European giants and Premier League clubs weigh up move for the Argentine

  • PSG want to recoup the £43m they paid Inter Milan for Icardi 12 months ago
  • Icardi keen on a return to Italy but his £8.6m-a-year salary are a problem
  • His impressive goal-scoring record could interest Premier League clubs 

Mauro Icardi’s agents have began the search to find another club for the Argentine striker, L’Equipe reports.

Paris Saint-Germain want to recoup the €50million (£43m) they paid Inter Milan after activating an option to buy him 12 months ago.

Icardi has suffered a succession of injuries this season and also had a spell on the sidelines after testing positive for Covid.

Paris Saint-Germain are ready to sell unsettled striker Mauro Icardi this summer

He will miss Saturday’s clash with Strasbourg on Saturday owing to a thigh injury picked up against Lille in the Coupe de France on March 17.

Icardi is keen on a return to Italy but his annual €10m (£8.6m) salary puts him out of reach of most Serie A sides. 

The Premier League could be an option.

He scored 124 goals in 219 appearances at Inter before netting 27 goals in 53 appearances for PSG.

Icardi’s agents are exploring a possible move to a Serie A or Premier League club 

Icardi became the latest PSG star to fall victim to burglary in January, when he had £350,000 worth of items stolen while away with his team.

The Argentine striker’s Neuilly-sur-Seine home in the French capital was robbed while he was away with Mauricio Pochettino ‘s side in Brittany, preparing for their Ligue 1 clash with FC Lorient.

The burglary was discovered by Icardi’s staff, noting that the perpetrators had forced entry into the property via window.

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