Paratici angered Inter management last month when openly declaring a January attempt for the unhappy Argentine.
However, TMW says Paratici is confident bringing Inter to the table by agreeing to discuss a swap involving Paulo Dybala.
The difference will get down to the cash component - understood to be around €20m - which Inter will insist Juve pay. The Nerazzurri rate Icardi at €130m, while they see Dybala in the €110m class.
Meanwhile, Juve will offer Icardi a deal rising to €9.5m including bonuses - which far outstrips what Inter have been willing to consider during new contract talks with the striker.