Paris Saint-Germain will attempt to move off from players who have no future in the French capital, like Mauro Icardi. After going out on loan to Galatasaray, the Argentine has actually lifted his stock.
As a result, there will be a market for Icardi this summer and a few clubs are lined up to land the 30-year-old goal scorer. Calciomercato.com recently reported that Serie A sides AS Roma and Juventus are possible spots for the player to continue his career.
🚨Selon @cmdotcom🇮🇹, Icardi ne souhaite pas rester au PSG l’année prochaine.
l’As Roma pense sérieusement à lui. La Juve pourrait être intéresse. Rester à Galatasaray n'est pas à exclure également.
— ParisSG INFOS (@Paris_SGINFOS) May 17, 2023
Roma is seriously considering Icardi; meanwhile, Juventus could consider the striker for a return to the Italian league.
However, Galatasaray remains in the mix to keep the PSG loanee considering the Turkish is in a position to win the Super Lig and play UEFA Champions League football in the 2023-24 season.
Nonetheless, PSG should expect a transfer fee for a player though they might have to wait until his contract expires to offload. The French giants won’t recoup their initial investment, but something is better than nothing.