AC Milan may have received the go-ahead to try a summer swoop for Mauro Icardi, a report claims, after a revelation about the player’s will.
It was claimed by il Corriere dello Sport on Sunday that Milan could once again go back in for Icardi having discussed a possible deal last summer.
The report claimed that Rossoneri would have to play on the fact that both Icardi and his wife Wanda Nara want to return to Italy, and that his apparent €100m valuation can be lowered, with the forward unlikely to join PSG permanently once his loan expires.
According to what ESPN are reporting (via MilanLive), Icarid has his heart set on playing in Serie A next season, and although Juventus have been after him for some time the Nerazzurri have no interest in dealing with their main rivals.
Icardi has said no to PSG definitively and his family could push for a return to Lombardy. With Juventus cut off, the idea of swapping blue for red and remaining in Milano could really take off.