Juventus eye shock summer move for Argentine striker
According to Daily Mail, Juventus are confident of signing the Argentine striker Mauro Icardi in the summer.
The Inter Milan-bound star has bagged a total of 14 goals in all competitions for PSG in what turns out to be a great loan spell.
Meanwhile, Le Parisiens have the option of buying the 26-year-old permanently for £59.7m.
However, Bianconeri chief Fabio Paratici feels confident of bringing Icardi to Turin in the summer.
The former Barcelona star was heavily linked with a move to Old Lady last summer, but instead, he opted a move to France in the end.
Icardi endured a controversial season with Nerazzurri last term, which saw him getting stripped off his captaincy.
Juve recently announced the signing of Parma youngster Dejan Kulusevski, who has agreed to a five-year deal and will join them in the summer.
Maurizio Sarri’s men are currently second in the Serie A table, trailing Inter by a goal difference of six. They will face Roma in their next fixture.