PSG has signed a £ 35m bid for Mauro Icardi, with Juventus being recommended as a signing.
Icardi had a mixed time in France after his melodramatic collapse with Inter two years ago. He has been on loan successfully last season, scoring 20 times in 34 games, but things have come to a standstill since the deal was made permanent in July.
The Argentine coach took a moment to get up to speed after missing the start of the season thanks to Covid-19 and has struggled to regain momentum since then.
Two injuries sidelined him in Ligue 1 appearances just before the end of the year and he was recently sidelined for both of their Champions League match against Bayern Munich due to a separate thigh problem.
His lack of progress seems to have left everyone frustrated and reports in France, which were first circulated in the UK by The Mail, suggest that his representatives want him to leave.
This comes just a year after PSG paid € 50m (£ 43m) to sign him permanently, but there does not appear to be much controversy in Paris, which is believed to have opened up to him at a lower price.
While L’Equipe claimed that PSG wanted to refund all the money they paid to Inter, Italian shop Calcio Mercato said they would pay a slightly lower price of € 40m (£ 35m).