Inter Milan captain, Mauro Icardi, has urged Ivan Perisic to leave the club and join Manchester United if he is unhappy.
Both clubs have been in negotiations for a deal for the winger, however, are yet to reach a deal as Inter refuse to budge from his asking fee.
Jose Mourinho was hoping to sign him on the cheap as Inter wanted to offload players to meet new Financial Fair Play restrictions, but after making the funds through smaller deals, they have now anchored their feet into the ground over negotiations.
Speaking about a deal, Icardi admits he’s not worried if the Croation decides to leave this summer.
“It’s not something we talk about within the dressing room, it is something he must think about by himself,” he said.
“If he is not happy to stay here, then he has got to leave, like the coach has said.
“If he is happy, on the other hand, then he should stay.
“I think Ivan needs to work out what makes him happy and think about himself.”
There seems to be a stand-off between the two clubs with Perisic’s future unclear, and with Inter sporting director Pier Ausilio claiming they are yet to consider any United proposals, they’re trying to force the Old Trafford club to raise their offers.