There is interest around Serie A for Mauro Icardi, beginning with Napoli, Juventus (who are more concentrated on sales) and Roma, who have been pushing in recent hours for the Argentine. Icardi, however, has not yet made up his mind, but sporting director Petrarchi is insisting. Roma is ahead of Napoli in their valuations for Icardi and Wanda, even though they will not offer Champions League football. But the defnitive answer has not arrived, as the clubs look to find an agreement on valuations of Icardi and Dzeko.
Although Roma's current central forward is valuable to the team's attack (Dzeko showcased in Sunday's pre-season match with Real Madrid), if Icardi gives his approal for the transfer they will consider selling him. And if the proposed Icardi-Dzeko swap becomes more likely, Inter will likely come back with a request of around €55-60m to compensate the differernce in valuations. Roma consider that an amount too high to agree to.