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Icardi due in Paris 18:00 CET
 

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His agent the social media clown who repeatedly posts pics in b&w, next to zebras, in b&w striped outfits, and alludes to our number of trophies or winning streak, etc.
PSG to sign Icardi? For what purpose? Lol. We can afford the wages Icardi is asking for.
I asked you who else you think would bid for him. PSG, ok lol.

Report: Icardi has signed for PSG
By Football Italia staff

There are reports Mauro Icardi has completed his move to Paris Saint-Germain on loan with option to buy, having first extended his Inter contract.

The new deal to 2022 with the Nerazzurri was an essential step, as it was due to expire in June 2021 and that would’ve left them at risk of losing him as a free agent.

After that was worked out in an overnight summit, he flew out with Wanda Nara in a private jet from Milan to Paris.

The striker had his medical at the American Hospital in Neuilly, while wife and agent Wanda Nara visited the PSG headquarters to work out the final details of the contracts.

There are differing reports on the exact details, as Sky Sport Italia claim it is a loan for €5m with option to buy at the end of the season for around €65m, with the player earning €7.5m per season.

On the other hand, Sportitalia suggest the loan itself is free, with PSG covering the improved €7.5m salary, and option to buy for €70m.

The 26-year-old Argentine came up through the Barcelona academy, but moved to Sampdoria in January 2011, then was purchased by Inter for €13m in the summer of 2013.

Icardi has a sensational scoring record in Serie A, with 121 goals in 219 games, but his rapport with Inter broke down completely over the last six months.

It started in February when he was suddenly stripped of the captaincy for reasons that have never entirely been clarified, then immediately claimed he had a knee injury.

Even after a month of treatment and the medical staff insisting there were no physical issues, he refused to train and only ‘recovered’ sufficiently after his agent and lawyer had lengthy negotiations with the club.

When the season ended, Icardi was told in private and publicly that he was not in their plans and should find a new club, but he rejected every transfer and last week took legal action against Inter, demanding €1.5m compensation and to be put back into full training sessions.

His lawyer made clear that if Icardi did join another club in the transfer window, then the lawsuit would be dropped.
 

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Great riddance. If Icardi scores his usual amount of goals to the likes of Dijon and Amiens it is possible that Paris SG will make it a full transfer as Cavani's contract will expire in 2020.
 

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Great riddance. If Icardi scores his usual amount of goals to the likes of Dijon and Amiens it is possible that Paris SG will make it a full transfer as Cavani's contract will expire in 2020.

Yes. We're all hoping he scores 50 goals for PSG this season.
 

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Report: Icardi has signed for PSG
By Football Italia staff

There are reports Mauro Icardi has completed his move to Paris Saint-Germain on loan with option to buy, having first extended his Inter contract.

The new deal to 2022 with the Nerazzurri was an essential step, as it was due to expire in June 2021 and that would’ve left them at risk of losing him as a free agent.

After that was worked out in an overnight summit, he flew out with Wanda Nara in a private jet from Milan to Paris.

The striker had his medical at the American Hospital in Neuilly, while wife and agent Wanda Nara visited the PSG headquarters to work out the final details of the contracts.

There are differing reports on the exact details, as Sky Sport Italia claim it is a loan for €5m with option to buy at the end of the season for around €65m, with the player earning €7.5m per season.

On the other hand, Sportitalia suggest the loan itself is free, with PSG covering the improved €7.5m salary, and option to buy for €70m.

The 26-year-old Argentine came up through the Barcelona academy, but moved to Sampdoria in January 2011, then was purchased by Inter for €13m in the summer of 2013.

Icardi has a sensational scoring record in Serie A, with 121 goals in 219 games, but his rapport with Inter broke down completely over the last six months.

It started in February when he was suddenly stripped of the captaincy for reasons that have never entirely been clarified, then immediately claimed he had a knee injury.

Even after a month of treatment and the medical staff insisting there were no physical issues, he refused to train and only ‘recovered’ sufficiently after his agent and lawyer had lengthy negotiations with the club.

When the season ended, Icardi was told in private and publicly that he was not in their plans and should find a new club, but he rejected every transfer and last week took legal action against Inter, demanding €1.5m compensation and to be put back into full training sessions.

His lawyer made clear that if Icardi did join another club in the transfer window, then the lawsuit would be dropped.
Inter failed to sell Icardi, and Icardi held you hostage whole summer and refused to join Napoli in order to join us after you claimed he'd have many suitors and didn't want to join us.

He went to PSG on loan after PSG tried & failed to sign Mandzukic.

Icardi and Wanda did whatever they wanted to Inter and Inter fans (openly mocked you guys on social media, media, in stadium, even book for years). Never seen a fan base submit to open mocking ass up face down like this before, but maybe he was what you needed to match Atalanta in the CL.


RIP XT. Proper dead now. Failed to attract millennial far right wing footy fans.
 

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Should say Juve signed Kusulevski, when everywhere were saying he is done for Inter past month.

Vidal litterally has Juve tattoos for each scudetto he won with us lol, would be so odd to see him in Inter shirt, but I'm not sure we are truly interested (he is fantastic, but is 33 this year), would love to get him purely for sentimental levels.


Eriksen, there is NO WAY Inter are getting him....but Sadly dont think he will come to us either...
 

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FYI I believed too he wouldn't come to Juve and Serie A in general. Was sure he was waiting for Real Madrid like most rumours said last year.


It's kinda random after 6 or 7 years of winning nothing in Spurs, that he chooses to sign for an Inter that hasn't won in near decade, when his contract situation meant he could choose anyone in summer.
 

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I honestly don't think a better move was on the cards.

He probably thinks Barca or Real would've come in for him but I don't think he's that level tbh.
 

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FYI I believed too he wouldn't come to Juve and Serie A in general. Was sure he was waiting for Real Madrid like most rumours said last year.


It's kinda random after 6 or 7 years of winning nothing in Spurs, that he chooses to sign for an Inter that hasn't won in near decade, when his contract situation meant he could choose anyone in summer.
We signed a better player than Eriksen from Barcelona back in 1997 despite not winning in quite a long time, you might not have heard of him. His name is Ronaldo Nazario de Lima.

You make it seem as if Inter never signed a big name player before Eriksen lolf.

You could have just said that you were wrong and we can all move on. NO WAY ahahahaha. Nice og.

We signed the juve legend Conte to coach us, you think Eriksen is more difficult to pull off than Conte coming to Inter? Plus Eriksen won't play in the past few years, he will be here for the present and future. Although I can understand your confidence in juve winning again, looking at the scandalous refereeing in several matches this season, all in the direction of 1 team.. after all they got a ref from Turin to screw us against Cagliari by denying us a penalty and sending off Lautaro for nothing.

The usual stuff in Serie A.
 

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There is litterally no way to communicate with you. You are dead set on just ranting. So dont even bother.
 
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