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'Trying to reconquer me!' - Wanda Nara tears into ex-husband Mauro Icardi and reveals exactly why they split

'Trying to reconquer me!' - Wanda Nara tears into ex-husband Mauro Icardi and reveals exactly why they split

Argentine model and agent Wanda Nara insisted that "independence is vital" and PSG loanee Mauro Icardi is "trying to reconquer me."

Wanda Nara has opened up about her tumultuous relationship with Paris Saint-Germain loanee Mauro Icardi after their marriage collapsed.

Nara was married to Icardi’s former Sampdoria teammate Maxi Lopez before she was accused of cheating, with the pair announcing their divorce in 2013.

The 35-year-old Argentine bombshell entered into a relationship with Icardi before they tied the knot in 2014, with the duo having two children together.

Nara, who had three children from her relationship with Lopez, hinted there might have been trouble in paradise with Icardi after she aimed digs at her ex-husband on social media.

The stunning blonde model took to social media back in September to confirm that her relationship with Icardi had come to an end.

However, it seems that Nara and Icardi might have buried the hatchet and might be back together after the on-loan Galatasaray striker’s teasing Instagram post.

Nara has revealed that the 29-year-old Argentine star, who she represented as an agent for some time, “didn’t like” her being offered “many roles in TV in Argentina.”

The influencer and football agent stressed that “independence is vital” and even went as far as to suggest that Icardi was “trying to reconquer me.”

Wanda Nara claims PSG loanee Mauro Icardi is "trying to reconquer me."
Mauro Icardi/Instagram

Speaking to Vanity Fair Italia, Nara said: “It’s rare to see a footballer’s wife work.

“I’ve taken care of my children and my husband for a long time, but now I want my time back and continue to follow my profession.

“I’ve been offered many roles in TV in Argentina, but Mauro didn’t like it. It doesn’t mean that I would ignore my family.

“Mauro trains for two hours a day and he could help me, but he didn’t like the idea of not seeing me focused on the family.


“On the other hand, I think that independence is vital. Mauro keeps trying to reconquer me.

“The other day he picked me up at the airport with a car full of flowers and took me out for dinner saying ‘I won’t give up.’

“However, I know already that if we are back together and I receive a new offer, it will start all over again.”

Featured Image Credit: Mauro Icardi's Instagram/Mediatime Network

Topics: Wanda Nara, Mauro Icardi, Football