Inter have reportedly rejected an initial PSG offer of €50m plus €10m in bonuses for Mauro Icardi, as they want at least €60m plus €10m in add-ons.
The striker is currently in Paris on loan with an option to buy worth €70m, but the Ligue 1 champions are asking for a discount, especially after their season was shut early due to the coronavirus pandemic.
According to Sky Sport Italia and La Gazzetta dello Sport, an initial €50m plus €10m bonuses proposal has been turned down.
The asking price will be €60m guaranteed along with at least €10m in add-ons, most of which will be relatively simple to activate, so the eventual sum will come out at close to €70m.
PSG already paid €13m for the one-season loan and covered his salary, which he repaid with 20 goals and four assists in 31 competitive games.
Juventus and Napoli are reportedly ready to welcome Icardi back to Serie A, but if PSG were to purchase the player and immediately sell him to another Italian club, Inter would pocket an extra €15m.