Inter Milan risk losing star striker Mauro Icardi at the end of the season. Icardi struck twice in victory over Palermo on Sunday, but failed to celebrate his goals in protest against barracking fans.
The player's agent, Abian Morano, says he's also unhappy with his current deal, which runs to 2018 and worth €1 million-a-year. Morano claims Icardi feels 'undervalued' by Inter's management.
Calciomercato.com, meanwhile, says a scout from Manchester United was in the stands to see Icardi's two-goal performance.
Inter may choose to cash in, rather than upgrade, the striker's contract at the end of the season.
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