PSG are desperate to find a potential buyer for Argentine striker Mauro Icardi this summer, as the transfer window draws closer and closer to its close.
According to what has been reported by TuttoJuve this morning, PSG have offered the forward to a number of clubs in the hope of finding interest from one of them.
Both Manchester United and Galatasaray are reportedly keen on signing the former Inter striker, as they search for offensive reinforcements to bolster their squads. Meanwhile, Juventus were reportedly offered Icardi but said no – as he does not fit the profile they need for a vice-Vlahovic.
The 29-year-old could leave the Ligue 1 giants on loan if a permanent agreement is not reached but the Argentine’s salary of around €10 million per season could prove to be a blockade in any club’s pursuit. He may have to take a pay-cut to leave PSG and this might not be the most ideal of solutions for the player.