Mauro Icardi ‘sacks wife Wanda Nara as agent as she demands £870k fee for arranging Galatasaray transfer after break-up' | The Sun
MAURO ICARDI has sacked estranged wife Wanda Nara as his agent after she demanded £870,000 for his Galatasaray loan, reports claim.
The Argentina striker is said to have rejected the model's request for an arrangement fee of one million euros over his summer move.
Hurriyet.com.tr say the couple are heading for a divorce case and that Icardi insists Wanda is no longer his manager.
The former Inter Milan hero, 29, is understood to consider her request for £870k as legally wrong.
And for her part it's thought the 35-year-old wants the money "as soon as possible".
Galatasaray are reportedly paying Icardi more than £650k (750,000 euros) for his season-long stay from PSG.
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It's also believed he'll get another £65k if he nets 20 goals, plus about £2.7k for every win.
Wanda has called their split "painful" following problems with their long-distance relationship.
They appeared to break up last October but patched things up.
And although Icardi dismissed talk they had recently split up again, Wanda confirmed they were apart in an Instagram post in September.
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She wrote: "It is very painful for me to live this moment.
"But given my exposure and the things that are transcending and the media speculation, it is preferable that they know about it from me.
"I have nothing more to clarify and I am not going to give any kind of detail about this separation."
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