There are indications that West London club Chelsea will not struggle to have Inter Milan striker Mauro Icardi sign for the club.
This is after it was revealed by Italian daily newspaper Gazzetta Dello Sport as quoted by talkSPORT that the Serie A side are already preparing for a sanction from UEFA for breaching the Financial Fair Play(FFP) regulations.
Therefore, Inter Milan could make use of Argentina international striker Marco Icardi to raise the sum of £50 million by the end of this season.
However, the player who is valued far over £50 million will be allowed to leave at that amount for no lesser bargain so as to meet up with the UEFA demands.
This places Chelsea on a better advantage to go all out for the player knowing that they will not struggle to get him out of the San Siro.
Inter Milan striker Marco Icardi is also interesting Manchester United with the club ready to release him to any suitor who is ready to meet their demands as well as that of the player.
Meanwhile, Chelsea United are keen on defenders which hands Chelsea the free ride to have striker Marco Icardi as early as in the January transfer window.