Wanda Nara, the wife, and agent, of Inter owner striker Mauro Icardi has admitted to being unsure about where her husband and client’s future lies past the end of this season.
Icardi is currently out on loan at reigning Ligue 1 champions Paris Saint Germain until the end of the season and could remain there permanently due to the fact PSG have an option to buy him which is set at €70 million.
Whilst some reports have said PSG are almost certain to take up this option, others have suggested PSG are not so sure and this has led to a number of clubs, including Real Madrid and Inter’s arch-rivals Juventus seemingly sparking an interest in signing the recently turned 27-year-old forward.
“Will Mauro go to Juventus? I really don’t know. I don’t know if next year we will live in Milan or Paris. In football you never know what will happen,” Wanda admitted in an interview with Chi Magazine.
She then went on to confirm that she will support whatever decision he decides to make.
“He will choose what to do and we, as a family, will follow him. I know Mauro very well and I know exactly what he wants as a footballer and what makes him feel good as a man. I will support his choice as wife and as his agent for extra security.”
She then spoke on how she feels she is treated as a female agent, something that is far from common in the footballing world.
“The club presidents have known me for five years and they know I’m a show woman. I’ve been a model since I was six-years-old and in Argentina I’m very famous.
“I left my country to be with Mauro in Italy whilst I was at the peak of success. Having said that, we are in 2020, people should not judge me by how I dress or how I present myself on Instagram. I am a serious agent and this is all presidents must concern themselves with.”