As indicated by TMW, Napoli made a €50m offer for Juventus target Mauro Icardi, yet Inter have chosen they’ll sell just for €80m to pay for Romelu Lukaku.
The Nerazzurri have made it obvious Icardi isn’t in their arrangements and let him out of their pre-season tour through Asia.
It was expected by numerous that this treatment would essentially diminish Icardi’s an incentive on the transfer market from €110m down to roughly €60-70m.
In light of this, Napoli made their first formal offer to Inter for the striker at €50m, as indicated by Tuttomercatoweb.
In any case, a similar report states Inter rejected it out and out and won’t sit down to negotiate except if their €80m asking cost is met.
Napoli were apparently surprised, seeking after special treatment from Inter as compared to opponents Juventus, who were wanting to hang tight it out for only €40m in late August.
This adaptation of occasions proposes Inter have chosen not to sell Icardi for not as much as his reasonable worth and to trust his €80m charge can be utilized to buy substitution Lukaku from Manchester United.