Inter Milan striker Mauro Icardi may become Napoli player, reported Tatoromercato.
According to the publication, the Neapolitanians wanted to buy the Argentine footballer three years ago.
It is said that the club had preliminary negotiations with the players’ representatives and offered a contract with an annual salary of 9 million plus 2 million bonuses.
The same source claims that on Monday in contact with Icardi, they also entered Real Madrid, with the “royal” club ready to offer even better conditions than Napoli.
Mauro Icardi has long been unable to agree on a new deal with Inter. In February, the club deprived him of the captain’s tape, after which the Argentine did not play one match. The player claims he has problems with his knee.