- Mauro Icardi scored to help Inter Milan escape slim defeat to Barcelona in their Champions League clash
- His goal in the game took his UCL tally to three after four UCL group matches
- Blues supporters are however impressed with his form and they want their club to sign the Argentine
Chelsea fans have reportedly told the Blues chiefs to sign Inter Milan in-form striker Mauro Icardi.
The Argentine striker has scored nine goals ans two assists in 12 matches in all competitions for the Serie A giants this term.
He scored the crucial equaliser that rescued the San Siro side from losing their second straight Champions League game to Barcelona in Italy on Tuesday night.
His goal against the Spanish league champions takes his tally to three goals in four UCL matches so far.
SunSport however report that the Blues' fans want their club to sign the 25-year-old before being poached by another team.
The publication claims the club's supporters are not satisfied with Spanish striker Alvaro Morata despite scoring twice in thier 3-1 win over Southampton last weekend.
@ArrizabalagaCFC, said: "I would really love Icardi at Chelsea."
Meanwhile, @Devonche87 begged: "Can Roman please sign Mauro Icardi for Chelsea. Please!!"
And @miide_E added: "Morata is a total waste up front. It's time to bin him. Chelsea must sell him next season, Get me icardi."
Inter are currently second on the Italian League table with 25 points - six points behind table toppers, Juventus after 11 matches.
Briefly.co.za learned that the Milan club have not won the Scudetto since the treble-winning season of 2009/10 under Jose Mourinho.
Icardi will be desperate to stop that run this term but Chelsea fans are hoping he switches the San Siro for Stamford Bridge in the January transfer window.
Malcolm opened scoring for the visitors in the last ten minutes of the match but the lead only lasted a few minutes as the Argentine netted his third UCL goal this term.
Both sides are on course to reach the next stage of this competition as they are ten and seven points on Group B table.
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