translated from Spanish: Juventus wants Icardi to replace Higuain

Roma.- Juventus Turin thinks of Argentina’s Mauro Icardi, a striker owned by Inter Milan and on loan this year at Paris Saint Germain, to replace fellow Argentine Gonzalo Higuaín, who could leave Italy this summer, according to The Italian press on Monday.” Tango! Higuaín is retiring, Icardi’s exit is the owner chosen by the Italian newspaper “La Gazzetta dello Sport” on its cover on Monday to refer to the possible change of centre forward that will take place this summer at Juventus.

According to the Italian medium, Higuain, who returned to Argentina in this emergency period by the coronavirus, no longer sees his future as the protagonist of the Turin ensemble and could say goodbye definitively to Turin.So Juventus, who already studied last year the possible signing of Icardi, will try to incorporate the Argentine in July and, to do so, he would compensate Paris Saint Germain with Bosnian midfielder Miralem Pjanic and Brazilian sideman Alex Sandro.In the plans of the Tunisian team , the two Juventino players could convince PSG to give up signing for a definitive to Icardi, who scored 20 goals in 31 games this year in France.You might be interested: PSG players would reduce their pay by 50% Kylian Mbappe showed coronavirus symptoms 

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