The post coronavirus age, when it comes to signing, should make things innovative. PSG is searching for a way to cut down on the expense of permanently signing Mauro Icardi for the 2020-21 season.
According to L’Équipe, PSG wants to buy Mauro Icardi from Inter, but instead of charging them EUR 70 million, they’ll pay less and sell Julian Draxler and Leandro Paredes.
It looked like possible PSG will buy him permanently after a spectacular start (20 goals). Then, Cavani recovered from his injury, and Icardi became less relevant.
‘L’Equipe’ says the French club is offering two players for the striker to Inter Milan. And no two footballers either. The media outlet has reported that the Italians were offered to Leandro Paredes and Julian Draxler.
Mauro Icardi joined PSG on loan in 2019 with an option to purchase and he was at the Parc des Princes in all sorts.
Finally, as a result of the Uruguayan’s exit, it appears as if PSG will once again press for the striker, who is still an Inter player.
For that, the Parisians are ready to place two highly respected players on the stage.
Draxler, who, if it’s true he didn’t meet expectations, cost 36 million euros, while Paredes, a midfield regular, was valued at 40 million euros.