MILAN – The Inter transfer market kicks off with the definitive sale of Mauro Icardi to the PSG.
58 million euros will enter the Nerazzurri coffers (50 is the fixed part plus 8 million linked to easily reachable bonuses).
The coronavirus pandemic lowered the price of the Argentine tag, which was initially valued at 70 million euros.
In any case, this money is useful to the Nerazzurri to launch the attack on the two real goals of the transfer market: Sandro Tonali and Edinson Cavani.
These are two very difficult negotiations because these players move several million euros.
Tonali is also in the sights of Barcelona and Juventus.
Yesterday Ausilio confirmed Inter's interest in him but at the moment the highest offer presented to Brescia is that of Barcelona.
The blaugrana have offered the beauty of seventy million euros because they see the new Xavi in Tonali.
Neither Juventus nor Inter Milan can match such an offer so the boy's will will be fundamental .
As for Cavani, the negotiation is less complicated but we are still talking about very high figures.
The Nerazzurri must guarantee the Uruguayan center forward a monstrous salary of practically one million euros per month.
Not only that, Cavani, who is already 33 years old, claims at least a three-year contract.
Source: Blitz Quotidiano