A surprise guest interferes in the 'Mbappé operation'

Mauro Icardi appears on the exit ramp of PSG and Juventus is interested in taking him, according to 'Tuttosport'. That would ease the Parisian bills ...


Mauro Icardi appears as a kind of 'outsider' in this hectic transfer market. Now that Cristiano Ronaldo has left for United, the Argentine appears, according to 'Tuttosport, on the list of potential reinforcements for Juventus. If the interest materializes, this would relieve a PSG eager to close a sale to alleviate its accounts.

Real Madrid would also be affected, since the transfer could 'invite' the Parisian team not to give in to the pulse they maintain with Kylian Mbappé, risking losing him for free in a few months. Thus, PSG, Madrid and Juventus remain attentive to the future of an Icardi that can play a fundamental role in the outcome of the summer period. The problem in the Parque de los Príncipes is not economic, since they have plenty of financial muscle, but as soon as the FFP comes into play, they must balance accounts if they do not want to face sanctions.

Days ago, when the Rosario left touched on the shoulder of the crash against Brest, the alarms went off in Paris. 'Sky Sports' revealed that several clubs were willing to reach the 35 million euros that Leonardo intended to enter through the striker, but the mishap, very close to the closing of the market, could drive the bidders back, all of them, they added, Series A. Now, the information from 'Tuttosport' shows that at least one of them was indeed Italian.

Kean, Juventus in the next few hours

Moise Kean is one step away from returning to Juventus. The departure of Cristiano Ronaldo from the Bianconero team has caused Vecchia Signora to go after the forward of the team trained by Rafa Benítez. Although from Italy they point out that "the negotiations with Everton are well advanced", to the point that the Italian striker could arrive in Turin between today and tomorrow, Diario AS has learned that the operation will be around € 20M. In addition, the former Bianconero player would already be passing the medical examination. Juventus did not want to make large outlays or crazy things in the market to bring a replacement for the Portuguese star.

A new job

At PSG they do not give in to Real Madrid's final attack by Mbappé, since they do not respond to the second offer presented by the white team: 170 million euros, plus another 10 in bonuses. If Vecchia Signora, now that they do not have Cristiano Ronaldo, decides to go all out for Icardi, this could be very bad news for Ancelotti's men. If they already showed strength without having success in the sales section, this 'extra' and unexpected income would be a new obstacle in the summer soap opera.

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