Inter cannot agree on new contract with Icardi

REUTERS/Daniele Mascolo

It is reported that the amount of release clause is a stumbling block in the negotiations on a new contract.

Inter want to eliminate this option from the new contract of the Argentinean, while Mauro does not want to do it.

According to Corriere dello Sport, Inter would like to set the amount of 110 million euros.

The agent and part-time wife of the football player, Vanda Icardi, said that without exception of that clause from the new contract, Mauro would not put his signature under it.

Earlier there was an information that the Nerazzurri wanted to sell Icardi to Juventus.

The current forward’s contract with Inter expires in summer 2021.

Of course, Spalletti’s club need to prolong the contract with its leading player. It is expected that it will be calculated until 2023, and according to its conditions, the player will receive €7 million per year.

(Reporting by Glushko Denys, editing by Ponomarenko Valeriia)

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