Things are going well at Paris Saint-Germain for Mauro Icardi that he’s already thinking about staying next year. Some comparison from this past year, when he had been embroiled in a dispute with Inter Milan that he sued the club. The team loaned Icardi this season, but few observers would have expected him to succeed to the extent he has with 17 goals in 19 games so far. Only he has not scored more than France striker Kylian Mbappe.PSG has the option to make the loan deal permanent and Icardi, playing with his role in an attack which has scored 29 goals in the past six matches, appears to welcome a move.”It is a great time for me personally and for your team. I feel quite good in Paris,” said the 26-year-old Argentine, who scored his first PSG hat trick at Wednesday’s 6-1 League Cup triumph over Saint-Etienne.” There are left before the end of the championship. We can sit around a table and discuss it when everything’s over. If I can stay here I would be quite pleased.”

Icardi’s finishing is so clinical that he’s scored with 71 percent of his shots so far, and although all his goals happen to be from within the penalty area. His exceptional movement off the ball and also outstanding first signature make him a simple player to pass to and feed off for PSG’s other forwards: Neymar, Mbappe and Angel Di Maria.PSG trainer Thomas Tuchel seemed to risk making his unwanted elsewhere by picking at his four forward together in recent matches. But it is working seamlessly, albeit from teams. Di Maria picked Neymar having a pass out. A solid comprehension has been developed by icardi with Mbappe, who is also building an excellent one with Neymar. The choices seem multiple, although it remains to be seen how PSG’s sparkling attack will fare against sides at the Champions League.”I’m convinced the four forwards enjoy playing together. There’s a clear understanding between Mauro and Kylian,” Tuchel said.” They are discovering each other at the right positions.” Icardi took just two minutes to the corner to score using an angled finish from the right of the region. He also set up a target for Mbappe – who had created two of his – with a minute of Mbappe-like agility. Taking a high ball down with a deft touch on his right foot, then Icardi instantly squared it across the goal with his left, without losing momentum or breaking stride. In the area, five times touched the ball in that game, and four goals were scored. He is a goal magnet, and even though the hat trick of Icardi was his first in two decades – because a quadruple against Sampdoria in March 2018 – that the gap had to do with what happened at Inter. Things became so morose between Icardi and Inter that at the end of August he sued the club for discrimination, claiming 1.5 million euros ($1.7 million) in damages and requesting to be permitted into the first-team fold. Icardi said that he had been dropped from team advertising campaigns and photoshoots, was made to train away from other players, and removed providing training schedules. Months of anxiety between Icardi and Inter, who netted 124 goals overall in five seasons, watched him stripped of the captaincy and began last January.

It demonstrated a lack of trust between the fan favourite and the three-time European Cup winner. He explained he had and several months of exile ensued until he returned for the league’s final months. Icardi’s gained as many goals as he did in 37 games last season and is poised to reach the 20-goal mark on Wednesday and Sunday with matches against Monaco. The fact that Monaco has among the league’s worst defenses would be welcome news for Icardi.