According to the Gazzetta dello Sport, Inter are planning to have a mini revolution in the attack especially with the arrival of Antonio Conte on the bench. The former Italian national team coach loves to play with two strikers while Luciano Spalletti is fond of the 4-2-3-1. But before any incoming negotiations, Inter will have to define the future of Mauro Icardi.
Today, it is difficult to imagine that the former captain will remain at Inter looking at the events that happened over the last two-three months. But it is equally unlikely that any club would be willing to pay the €110M release clause after the rift between Inter and the number 9.
Mauro remains a huge asset and he will leave Inter for €70M-€80M. Only then, the club of Suning will be able to push for a new striker. The ideal profile remains Edin Dzeko who still has one more year left in contract with Roma and can arrive for €20M. The Bosnian striker enjoys Spalletti’s appreciation as well as Conte who would have loved to have him at Chelsea when he was still their coach. The alternative remains Romelu Lukaku of Manchester United.