Former Inter Milan striker, Mauro Icardi has said he would be happy to remain at Paris Saint-Germain beyond the end of the season, with the French giants having the option to trigger a €70 million (£60m/€78m) transfer clause.
A season-long agreement was reached with Serie A giants Inter for his services last summer and it remains to be seen whether efforts will be made to keep him at Parc des Princes beyond this term.
Speaking on his future recently, Icardi said he is ready to talk about an extended stay if that is what the club wants.
He added that he is loving the energy in the team.
His words, “I feel well in Paris, for the moment we still haven’t spoken with the club.
“There are still four months until the end of the season. When the season ends in May, we’ll sit down and talk. If I have the chance to stay I would be happy.”
“It’s a good moment for me and the team.
“We played a great first part of the season. With the break we recovered our energy and it was great to start the year this way. I am happy with the work that we’re doing.”
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