Mauro Icardi has extended his say at Inter Milan until June 2021, the club announced
The Argentinian joined the Serie A club from Sampdoria in the summer of 2013 and has gone on to score 58 goals in 114 appearances.
The striker was heavily linked to a move away from the San Siro throughout the previous transfer window, including a move to Premier League side Arsenal.
Icardi, who has scored six goals in nine appearances this season, is now set for a lengthy stay at San Siro unless his hefty clause is met.
‘I’ve earned Mauro much more money. We’ve put in clauses and new conditions,’ Wanda Icardi told Infobae.
‘If a club want to buy him, they’ll have to pay the clause of €110m [£99m]. We adjusted the contract and extended it for five years, which is the maximum possible.
‘We’re all happy, Mauro wants to stay. The club are happy with the extension, they wanted to keep Mauro and Mauro wanted to stay.
‘The club, however, also respect my work, I had five clubs willing to put several million on a plate.’