Galatasaray and former Inter striker Mauro Icardi’s agent Wanda Nara has made clear that it was the player’s decision to leave the Nerazzurri when he did.

Speaking to the Italian edition of Vanity Fair, Nara spoke about the Argentine’s transfer away from Inter to join Paris Saint-Germain in the summer of 2019.

Icardi spent six seasons at Inter, joining from Sampdoria in the summer of 2013.

During his time in Milan, the Argentine was the Nerazzurri’s top scorer in all of his five final seasons at the club, and he became club captain for a period.

However, the striker left to join PSG in the summer of 2019.

Now, the 29-year-old plays for Turkish side Galatasaray, having left PSG to join the Istanbul-based club during the summer transfer window.

Nara was the agent who facilitated the move from Inter, in addition to being Icardi’s wife.

The agent explained of the move that “He always did only what he wanted to do.”

“I limited myself to putting his wishes on paper,” she continued.

“It’s easy to blame the agent in these cases, though, especially as a woman in a male-dominated world like football.”