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Inter Milan CEO Beppe Marotta believes it would be beneficial for their former player Mauro Icardi to return to Serie A with Juventus. With Italian football,

the 28-year-old spearhead began to have fewer chances with “PSG”. The agency after this season has started only 6 games, coupled with personal problems.

Making heavy news that he might be able to Moved out of the team during the winter market Especially with Juventus.

Who have been in the news with the players continuously.

Inter director Beppe Marotta insists he would ‘welcome’ PSG striker Mauro Icardi making a move to their Serie A rivals Juventus.

The 28-year-old centre-forward was sold to Paris Saint-Germain in 2019 with a clause limiting his potential return to Italy.

Precisely because they feared him trying to engineer a move to Turin.

Now that scenario could happen with a possible loan or low-cost transfer in the January window.

“At the moment, Serie A is not the Eldorado that it was in the 1990s. So it’s more of a transitional league where we often see quality players move on,” Marotta told RAI Sport programme 90 Minuto.

“With that in mind, it’s normal that we would welcome the return of important players to Serie A. In any case, it’s not up to me to comment on Icardi, as he is no longer one of our players and we are very happy with our forwards.

Most recently, it was the CEO of the former agency Marotta who spoke about this matter.

“It is normal for us to welcome important players back to Serie A,” Marotta told RAI Sport.

“However, it is not up to me to comment on Icardi because He’s not our player anymore. And we are happy with our centre-forward.”

“What I can say is that players of this level of quality will be welcomed back in Italy and in Italian football. It will benefit a lot in this regard.”