The exchange of Mauro Icardi for Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang would be a wise deal and suitable for Arsenal as well as Inter Milan.
Mauro currently plays for PSG on a loan deal from Inter Milan
However, the Argentine striker is unlikely to be bought by the French team with what happened both on and off the field last season.
He is no longer part of Antonio Conte’s plan at Inter Milan and is likely to find a new destination after the season is over. In this context, Tuttosport suggested Arsenal as the player’s appropriate destination.
The first reason fans believe this is that Arsenal owns Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang. Gabon was considered an alternative by Inter in the event of Lautaro Martinez’s departure.
In the context of economic difficulties due to the Covid-19 pandemic, attaching Icardi to this deal will help the Italian team without spending money to recruit Aubameyang, who was screamed by Arsenal for £ 50 million for one year of contract left at Emirates Stadium.
Inter used Icardi as a bait for Aubameyang
Besides Inter, Real Madrid, Barca and Man United are said to be in contact with Aubameyang. He is now becoming the target of a lot of football clubs. The 30-year-old striker only has 1 year left on his contract with Arsenal and is keen to leave.
Aubameyang has scored 61 goals in 97 matches and is loved by Arsenal fans. Last season, he shared the Premier League top scorer title with Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mane.
However, none of these teams is determined to recruit the Gabon striker.
Last summer, Arsenal let Aaron Ramsey go to Juventus on a free transfer. They do not want the same thing to be repeated with Aubameyang.
Gabon has been one of the best strikers in the Premier League since moving to Arsenal from Dortmund in January 2018.
Last year, Arsenal lost Aaron Ramsey to Juventus for free and will now avoid the same situation.
Inter’s main transfer target is Timo Werner (Leipzig), although there are reports that he aims to Liverpool.
Napoli star Dries Mertens is another option being considered by Antonio Conte despite Chelsea’s constant manipulation.
Speaking in the media, Aubameyang recently said he was tired of waiting for offers from these teams and may consider putting a pen to renew his contract with Arsenal.
However, it was only a reluctant solution, and his desire was to leave Arsenal to search for the title. In this context, Inter with strong investment over the years and the ambition to become a counterbalance to Juventus in Italy will be the appropriate destination for the striker.
If successful in this deal, Inter will own a pair of dangerous strikers, each “storming and storming” in the Premier League, Aubameyang and Lukaku.
Lukaku, meanwhile, has nine seasons in the Premier League and scored 123 goals, with Aubameyang, the Gabon striker also the top scorer of Arsenal last season with a total of 61 goals after 97 appearances. pitch for “Gunners”.