Mauro Icardi has restated his willingness to reach an agreement for a new contract with Serie A giants Inter Milan.
The San Siro club’s captain says he cares about the growth of the side as he hopes to achieve new heights with them.
“I’m happy to stay here, I care about this team,” the Argentina striker said in an interview with Sky Sports Italia.
“I could have left, there were contacts (with other clubs), but then I decided to stay here for myself and my family.
“I dreamed of playing in the Champions League for Inter.”
Icardi joined Inter from Serie A rivals Sampdoria in 2013.
It was learned that he has a release clause worth 110 million euros ($126 million).
The 25-year-old has scored 112 goals for the club, and was the joint top-scorer in Serie A with 29 last season.
“The renewal? I don’t know if it will happen before Christmas, we will look for a solution,” he added.