According to reports, Inter Milan has included a clause that states that if PSG ever sells Mauro Icardi to Juventus, then the French club owes them €15m.
A deal was reportedly agreed that sees the striker join PSG on a permanent contract, and Inter wants to ensure he never joins their archrivals.
It was clear that Icardi could not go back to Inter after the signing of Romelu Lukaku and new manager Antonio Conte stating publicly that the Argentina international was not part of his plans for the club.
Juve has severally been linked with Icardi, but it seems like this deal might never happen as Inter would have to be reimbursed handsomely.
The 27-year-old has since hit 20 goals in 31 appearances across all competitions for PSG, but his progress was halted when the coronavirus outbreak saw Ligue 1 shut up shop in March.