Berlusconi doesn’t stop, he wants to bring PSG striker in Monza


New Serie A side Monza aren’t giving up on the signing of PSG striker Mauro Icardi just yet.

To speed up the transfer of the 29-year-old Argentine, the debutant club in the Italian Football Championship is offering his wife and agent Wanda Nara to host her own TV program, reports.

As of 2018, Monza is owned by former AC Milan owner Silvio Berlusconi, and Adriano Galliani is the club’s general manager.


Berlusconi is also the main shareholder of the “Mediaset” television company, with which Wanda previously signed contracts twice.

The main obstacle to Icardi’s move to Monza is his salary. At PSG, he receives 10 million euros per year after taxes.

His contract with the Parisians has two years left, but the club’s new sporting director Luis Campos wants to sell the striker.