The Argentinean footballer has been on the sidelines after an injury, but many said he doesn’t want to keep playing for Inter Milan.
Internazionale Milan Argentinean footballer Mauro Icardi has been out of action for a while in the Italian Lega Serie A.
He has not played supposedly because of an injury, but many experts say he simply wants a new contract to keep playing for the Nerazzurri.
And CEO of sport of Inter Milan, Giuseppe Marotta, spoke today about the situation, saying it will get fixed too.
“There’s great optimism. Inter moves forward, there are goals and evaluations,” Marotta told Gianluca Di Marzio.
“These things happen in all teams, I’ve seen it all over the years.”
“It requires the stick and carrot, using intelligence and good senses,” he added.
“The dynamics were right, it’s okay to have an inflexible behaviour at the beginning, but we’re a community and there’s a good sense also from those who govern this club, from the president to the manager that knows how to manage the group.”
“This is a fact that we can manage with calmness,” he continued.
“If I think like a man of football, I think that the fact that he hasn’t trained for all this time could impact his presentation, but these are evaluations that the manager will have to make.”
Icardi joined Inter from Sampdoria in 2013 after helping his former team get promoted from the Serie B to the Serie A. With Inter, he has scored 122 goals in 201 appearances.
The last time he played for Inter was on February 9, when his team defeated Parma 1-0 in the Serie A, and then after that, he got stripped of the captain armband before being reported injured.
— MauroIcardi (@MauroIcardi) January 10, 2019