The 'anti-Juventus' clause in Icardi's PSG contract
Inter have made sure that selling Mauro Icardi to Paris Saint-Germain won't come back to bite them in the future.
The Argentine is set to make his loan spell at PSG permanent, with Inter receiving 58 million euros as a transfer fee.
According to La Gazzetta dello Sport, an agreement between the two clubs was only reached when the Italian side reduced their asking price of 70 million euros.
Included in Icardi 's PSG contract is an 'anti- Juventus ' clause which would see Inter receive a payment of 15 million euros if the striker is sold back to a Serie A club.
While this clause applies to all Serie A teams, the Bianconeri are the only side that can realistically afford to sign Icardi in the future.
Coincidentally, Juventus were among the clubs interested in signing the 27-year-old this summer, but PSG have jumped the queue to make his stay in France permanent.